The Gospel of Mark
If there was a God would you be curious to know him? The Christian faith makes the claim in Hebrews 1:3a that Jesus Christ “...is the radiance of the glory of God and the exact imprint of his nature, and he upholds the universe by the word of his power.” One way to get to know Jesus better is through reading the Gospel accounts of his life. Over the next three months, I will be preaching on the Gospel of Mark, and you will have the chance throughout lent to participate in a 40-day challenge to read through the whole Gospel and reflect on its significance for your life.
2/28 - Mark 10:46-52 - What do you want me to do for you?
3/07 - Mark 12:1-12 -
3/14 - Mark 12:28-34 - What Matters the Most?
3/21 - Mark 13:1-8,24-37 - Prepared?
3/28 - Palm Sunday - Mark 11:1-11 - The Right Expectations
4/01 - Maundy Thursday - Mark 14:22-42
4/02 - Good Friday - Mark 15:16-39 - Standing, Hearing, Seeing
4/04 - Easter Sunday - Mark 16:1-8
Midweek Lent Service (Wednesdays at 6:30 pm and Online)
The Sower: The Word of God Grows
Where does a seed grow best? During this lent journey spend time reflecting on the parable of ‘The Sower’ from the Gospel of Mark. Jesus helps us to see that the Word of God grows in the most unexpected places and transforms the most unexpected people. How is the Word of God transforming your life?
2/17 - Ash Wednesday - Mark 4:1-34 - The Sower
2/24 - Lent 1 - Mark 5:1-20 - What has the Lord Done for You?
3/03 - Lent 2 - Mark 5:21-43 - Responding to the Worries of Life?
3/10 - Lent 3 - Mark 6:14-29 - Who Reigns?
3/17 - Lent 4 - Mark 7:1-23 - The Heart of the Matter
3/24 - Lent 5 - Mark 9:2-10 - See Only Jesus