Sermons on Mark
Mark 6:33-44 — In the Feeding of the 5,000 Jesus shows how God provides as we obediently seek Him.
Mark 4:35-41 — Jesus calming the storm has a number of lessons for modern-day disciples.
Mark 4:1-25 — Quay Youngblood teaches on the Parable of the Sower.
Mark 2:23-3:12 — God has gifted humanity with an invitation to Sabbath rest.
Mark 2:14-22 — At a dinner party Jesus lives out and illustrates his authority to forgive sins.
Mark 2:1-13 — We follow a Savior who has the authority to forgive sin as well as to heal and make whole.
Mark 1:29-45 — We see a day in Jesus’ life, full of proclaiming and demonstrating the Kingdom of God as well as withdrawing for prayer.
Mark 1:14-28 — Jesus came to preach and demonstrate the Good News of the Kingdom and to call believers to follow him into the world.
1 Chronicles; Mark 10; Romans 16 — God in Christ is trustworthy and true, worthy of our ‘Amen’.
Mark 1:14-17; Luke 15:1-7 — God rejoices over welcoming humanity back into right relationship through Christ.