The Gospel of Mark: Jesus

Take a journey with us through the Gospel of Mark. We won't take on the entire book at once but will slice it into sections and discover different themes in the pages. And who is Jesus? Well, that's what we hope to discover in our first slice: JESUS.

The Gospel of Mark: Jesus - Part 5

June 19, 2022 • Roland Salinas • Matthew 10:16, Revelation 20:1–2, Mark 3:20–35, Matthew 10:25

Jesus saves! We know that right? Do we really believe it? This week we are going to look at how Jesus focuses on the mission in the midst of the distractions and challenges. Our confidence in telling people about Jesus starts with our understanding of who he is and how He Saves.

The Gospel of Mark: Jesus - Part 4

June 12, 2022 • Carson Minish • Mark 2:18–28

Our world is fallen, broken, and can be hard. With all the uncertainty and sorrow it brings, how can we find true rest and joy in Jesus? Today as we continue studying Mark, we will look at how Jesus brings joy, why he gives it, and how each one of us can experience it!

The Gospel of Mark: Jesus - Part 3

June 5, 2022 • Randy Hageman • Mark 1:14–15, Mark 1:21–39, Acts 2:21, Revelation 21:1–7

We see Jesus performing many miracles, including healing. But when we look around us today, we don’t see as many people miraculously healed. Why is this case? Is it possible we haven’t fully understood God’s purpose in performing miracles? Is it possible that healings serve an even bigger purpose? We’ll explore these thoughts and more today!

The Gospel of Mark: Jesus - Part 2

May 29, 2022 • Randy Hageman • Matthew 28:19–20, Mark 1:16–20, Mark 2:13–17, Mark 3:13–19, John 1:35–42

In Mark we see that from the very beginning, even as Jesus begins his ministry, he doesn’t begin it alone but calls others to join him in the journey. He issues an invitation to individuals to be his disciples, and it’s a surprising group that he calls. Today we’ll explore who Jesus calls and what he calls his disciples to be and do.

The Gospel of Mark: Jesus - Part 1

May 22, 2022 • Randy Hageman • Mark 1:1–15, Mark 3:7–12, Acts 12:12, 2 Timothy 4:11, 1 Peter 5:13

Throughout all four gospels, we see the crowds, the religious leaders, even his disciples, trying to figure out who Jesus is, and the Gospel of Mark is no exception. By the end of each gospel, the message has become clear, but Mark wants us, the readers, to know from the very beginning, because it will change how we see everything in his gospel: Jesus is God!