We will be studying Mark 15:21-(possibly)47 in our exploration of the gospel of Mark this Sunday. Jesus has been tried, condemned and brought before the powers of Rome, who have determined to crucify Him for political reasons. All of this was predicted by Jesus before hand. Mark’s gospel is unique in all the accounts because Mark […]Read More A View From the Cross
We’re going to continue in Mark this Sunday…we’ll be looking at Mark 15:1-20. The Jewish leaders have concluded their judgement of Jesus, and believe Him deserving of death. They, however, don’t have the authority to put someone to death because they are under Roman rule. Their difficulty is now to convince the Roman governor, Pilate, […]Read More Who is the King?
Hey everybody. First off, I want to mention that Sabet Kuj called me yesterday to thank our church for praying for Suzy and he. In case you don’t know, they are missionaries to the Sudan that we have been supporting as a church, and who stayed in our area and hung out with our church […]Read More Just When We Think We’ve Got it all Together – Mark 14:27-42
Our study this Sunday will start chapter 14 in Mark. We’ll be reading the first 11 verses. We are now just a few days out from Jesus’ arrest and crucifixion. The religious leadership want Jesus out of the way, but in their reasoning, they’ll have to wait until Passover is finished, because they don’t want […]Read More She Has Done a Good Work for Me – Mark 14:1-11
Forgive the Tolkien reference in the title…sometimes I just can’t help but let my inner geek run amok. This Sunday we’ll be looking at Mark 13:14-37, and we’ll finish up the chapter. Remember our introductory remarks about the first thirteen verses…while end time events and prophecy is cool and all, to over emphasize it can […]Read More Dark Clouds over Mordor; Mark 13:14-37