For years when people have asked how to read the Bible I’ve encouraged them to begin with Mark. The others Gospels are true, of course. We studied the Gospel of John in our worship services in 2006-2008 and the Gospel of Luke in our worship services in 2012-2014. But Mark is different. For one, it’s shorter. And it moves faster. Mark starts right in on Jesus; less commentary about Jesus and less preaching about Jesus. Mark gives us Jesus: his character and his actions. He gives us the Jesus that changes our lives.
In February we’ll begin our study of the Gospel of Mark. It’s exciting and I’m glad you’ll be with us.
To help you go deeper than allowed by the time constraints of a sermon, we are creating daily devotions for Monday through Friday on the same text we studied the previous weekend. These brief devotions will help you get more out of our worship services. Sign up below to receive daily devotions on Mark. You’ll be able to unsubscribe any time but knowing your hunger for Jesus, you won’t! Feel free to pass this on to friends.
Seeing and following Jesus with you,