Mark 4:35-42 The faith of his disciples is tested as they go to cross the Sea of Galilee when a storm comes up. Jesus shows his authority over creation in this story and they are left to question, “who is he that the wind and waves obey him?” Listen in to find out more about what is looks like when we are tested and we see what our faith looks like.
Mark 4:26-34 The parable of the sleepy farmer and the mustard seed gives us a unique perspective on the nature of the the kingdom mystery that Jesus brings. Join us as we unpack the reality of the kingdom of God as we come to the communion table.
Mark 4:1-25 Jesus gives the parable of the four soils Jesus gives publicly and provides an explanation to his disciples later when they ask. This is a helpful text to identify the forces that work to remove, invade or stifle the growth of God’s word.
Mark 2:18-3:6 Jesus confronts two major aspects of the Jewish Law in his disciples not fasting and rules regarding the sabbath. Here we see how Jesus considers exceptions to the the law and what is most important about knowing their creator.
Mark 2:1-17 provides a clear depiction of how the work of Christ while on earth was an affront to the religious leaders of the day. Not only was he able to heal people but he demonstrated his authority to forgive sins. Upon the landscape of religions the world has, Christ is God’s love displayed inviting all to be disciples regardless of status.
Mark 1: 35-45 gives us a picture of who Jesus is and how he relates to different groups of people. Join us an we take a deeper look at how Jesus responds to the crowds and to the outcasts of society. He is not a leader drawn to crowds, rather he seeks those who are untouchable in society.
Mark 1:16-34 The life and ministry of Christ changed the way people interacted with their creator. This message from Mark gives us a clearer picture of Jesus as the Lord over all creation.
Mark 1:1-15 gives a direction for what the purpose of John Mark’s gospel account. This gives us a better picture of who Jesus is and why this gospel is significant. The theme of this gospel comes out as we examine the account of the Messiah, the Son of God.
This message is the introduction to a new series on the book of Mark. There is much to be learned from the life of John Mark as he faces conflict with the Apostle Paul and is restored in the book of acts. This message sets the stage for gospel of Mark as we look at the character of Mark.
Sermon Text: Romans 3:23; 8:18
As we take communion as a community we are lead by Pastor Steve Schoenwald to look to the word of God in how we receive the Lord’s supper and draw closer to him.