The Gospel of Mark

Current Series

Lavish Love: Mark 14:1-11

March 10, 2019 • Rich Millhouse

I. What love for Jesus prevents II. What love for Jesus entails III. What love for Jesus receives.

Watch Out!: Mark 13:24-37

Part 2 • March 3, 2019 • Rich Millhouse

The second coming of Christ should have a profound influence on the way we live today. I. The Reality of Watching II. The Reason for Watching III. The Result of Watching

Watch Out!: Mark 13:1-23

February 24, 2019 • Rich Millhouse

There will be many challenges in this life, therefore Watch Out! Be on Guard! Be Faithful! I. Understanding the Stones II. Understanding the Signs III. Understanding the Sovereignty

A Question of Motives: Mark 12:38-44

Mark series • November 25, 2018 • Rich Millhouse

Spiritual pride makes you look at life and say, “I deserve more than I’m getting.” “I’m owed more than what I’ve got.” Jesus exposes the proud and the hypocrite in direct contrast to the humble and the sincere. I. Hypocrisy Uncovered v. 38-40, II. Sincerity Discovered v. 41-44

A Question of Priority: Mark 12:28-34

November 11, 2018 • Rich Millhouse

If you love first things first, then you can love second things best. In our text today, we have a scribe seeking to know something about God’s law. Seeking a question of Priority. I. The God of the Kingdom, II. The Law of the Kingdom, III. The Citizens of the Kingdom

A Question of Thinking: Mark 12:35-37

November 18, 2018 • Rich Millhouse

Today, it’s Jesus’ turn to ask a question, and he asks a brilliant question because he’s pressing in on the peoples need for hope. He’s pressing in on a deep desire they had for the Messiah to come. I. What the teachers say II. What David says III. What do you say?

A Question About The Afterlife: Mark 12:18-27

October 21, 2018 • Rich Millhouse

Will there be marriage in heaven? This week’s question is a kind of Riddle, asked by the religious leaders, that is suppose to lead Jesus to an absurd answer about the resurrection. I. The Riddle, II. The Rebuke, III. The Response.

A Political Question: Mark 12:13-17

October 14, 2018 • Rich Millhouse

Politics isn’t something new, and Jesus is a different kind of leader who transcends the problem and power of politics. I. The Power of Politics, II. The Problem Presented, III. The Principle Proposed

Who's in Charge?: Mark 12:1-12

A vineyard in question • September 30, 2018 • Rich Millhouse

"With great power comes great responsibility." In this message Jesus calls out the religious leaders of Israel for thinking what was their's to steward was their's to own. I. Responsibility, II. Rejection, III. Reformation

The Reason for Ransom: Mark 10:45

June 10, 2018 • Rich Millhouse

In order to understand this statement about Ransom, we want to answer 3 questions; What is it? - Ransom Why do we need it? How do we get it?

Upside Down Leadership: Mark 10:35-45

May 27, 2018 • Rich Millhouse

The disciples want to be deep leaders…they want to be important leaders, but Jesus is going to teach them about Upside Down Leadership. Leadership that is Jesus Kingdom principled and not “World” principled. I. Suffering, II. Submission, III. Serving

Our Attitude Toward Possessions: Mark 10:17-27

The Disciple Difference • May 20, 2018 • Rich Millhouse

Jesus is a master of the unexpected. He keeps doing and saying the unexpected…to the religious, to the rulers, to his disciples, to the crowds. In this passage he helps a young ruler understand the most important thing in life. I. Do Something, II. Add Something, III. Subtract Something

Our Attitude Toward Children: Mark 10:13-16

The Disciple Difference • May 13, 2018 • Rich Millhouse

Children are the vulnerable, the defenseless, the weaker, the often exploited ones of the human race, born and unborn. Jesus teaches his disciples an important lesson about our attitude toward children. I. The Wrong Action, II. The Reaction, III. The Right Action

Our Attitude Toward Marriage: Mark 10:1-12

The Disciple Difference • April 29, 2018 • Rich Millhouse

The essence of marriage is a solemn covenant of friendship between a man and a woman meant by God to never be ended or broken. However, because of the sinfulness of man, God has allowed in certain situations for divorce.

Sin Doesn't Matter: Mark 9:42-50

Mistakes disciples make • April 22, 2018 • Rich Millhouse

You may not really believe that sin doesn't matter, but what if we lived like that. What if we lived in a world which said, “sin doesn’t matter”. In this message Jesus helps his disciples understand the seriousness of sin. I. Sin, II. Sacrifice, III. Saltiness