The Gospel of Mark: Looking In To Live O...
The Gospel of Mark 1:29-45
Jesus seems laser-focused on the mission moving forward despite the growing crowds that begin gather around Him. He goes and encounters a man not allowed to be near the crowds. A man pushed away from society and any hope of a future. How does Jesus relate to him? What does that mean for us when we come to Jesus with our own brokenness or encounter brokenness in others?
The Gospel of Mark 1:14-28
Jesus calls His first disciples and invites them into his mission. In radical immediate obedience, they drop everything and follow Him. Why does this response seem so rare today in our Christian culture? What is missing in our understanding of Jesus and his call on our lives?
The Gospel of Mark 1:1-14
Scripture tells us that Jesus is the center of our faith and the foundation of the movement called the Church. Often though it looks like the Church and many Christians have built a whole culture and way of life that doesn’t reflect the person and work of Jesus. In this next season at Mosaic, we want to take an extended look at the life, teachings, and accomplishments of Jesus. We will look in through the eyes of Mark so that we can live out all that Jesus has called us to do and be.