What might happen if the church today actually followed Jesus’ instructions when he sent out the disciples in Mark 6:6-13?
Have you ever felt like a lost cause, or know someone or something that seems like a lost cause? This sermon explores Mark 4:35-5:20 and how Jesus rescues a man who was the lost cause of his town. The curious part of the story is to see how the townspeople react to it.
Are we willing to do whatever it takes, and no matter what it costs, to include everyone in the Good News?
A sermon on Mark 1:1-20. What did Jesus mean when he said, “Repent and believe the Good News?”
Jesus shakes things up in Mark 2:1-22. He claims authority to forgive sins, he parties with tax collectors, and his disciples don’t fast. His response is this, “You put new wine into new wineskins.” How do you deal with the disruptive nature of Jesus?
This is a visual meditation on Mark 1:15. Jesus begins his ministry by proclaiming, “The time is fulfilled and the Kingdom of God has come near. Repent and believe the good news!”