The Way of Jesus

Easter Sunday

April 9, 2023 • Kevin Bennett • Mark 15:46–47, Mark 16:1–11

Jesus is buried with the shame of the disciples and, in resurrection, clothes them in His own glory, inviting them to begin afresh on the Way of Jesus.

Good Friday

April 7, 2023 • Sean Davidson • Mark 15:1–39

In this message, we see Jesus rejected by His nation, abandoned by His disciples, apparently forsaken by God, and yet victorious.

Mark #9

April 2, 2023 • Dr. Bill Brewer • Mark 11:1–11

On Palm Sunday, Jesus entered Jerusalem, declaring that he was the Messiah King in keeping with the predictions of the Old Testament Prophets. And the whole city was "stirred up" over Jesus' Claim. Could it be true? Everyone must make a choice and choose. They did.

Mark #8

March 26, 2023 • Kevin Bennett • Mark 10:32–45

Jesus invites us to achieve real greatness by following Him on the way of suffering service and to deny our human impulse to seek greatness through selfish ambition.

Mark #7

March 19, 2023 • Sean Davidson • Mark 8:27–38, Mark 9:1–10

In this message, we see who Jesus is, what He had to do, how we are supposed to follow Him, and what makes Him totally unique.

Mark #6

March 12, 2023 • Taylor Russell • Mark 6:30–52

In the breaking of the bread for the 5,000, Jesus not only provides for the immediate needs of the people but also gives his disciples a clear sign to remember that he alone is the one who provides rest for the weary worker.

Mark #5

February 26, 2023 • Kevin Bennett • Mark 6:7–32

As the story of Mark continues to call us to follow The Way of Jesus, Chapter 6 contrasts two kings, Jesus and Herod, and gives us a lesson about the cost and reward of following King Jesus.

Mark #4

February 19, 2023 • Kevin Bennett • Mark 3:7–35

Jesus is making a new team of followers who are called to get in the game He's playing, which is the ultimate game of pushing back darkness by bringing the Kingdom of God.

Mark #3

February 12, 2023 • Bryan McCullough • Mark 2, Mark 3:1–6

Jesus reveals his authority as God to those following him. Their choice is to accept or reject him for who he claims to be.

Mark #2

February 5, 2023 • Ryan Bear • Mark 1:21–45

As Jesus has called his disciples and us to follow him, we are now met with the reality that this will not be a peaceful Joyride. Jesus gives new life, but there will be opposition. As disciples, we must follow him because he is God and serve as he did.

Mark #1

January 29, 2023 • Sean Davidson • Mark 1:1–20

In this message, we discuss the call and cost of participating in God's Kingdom while receiving the challenge to prepare the Way of the Lord in our own lives.