• Hearing and Doing in the Kingdom (Mark 4:21-34)

    This weekend, we’ll look at Mark 4:21-34. Jesus often teaches in parables. Why? A parable meant to “set one thing beside another.” In other words parables are meant to compare, to give analogy for the sake of understanding. And in this case, Jesus is trying to get his disciples to...

  • The Call to Kingdom Partnership (Mark 4:1-20)

    In this coming Sunday’s sermon, we’re going to be diving into Mark 4:1-20. God has an amazing plan for his creation and although he can bring it about all by himself, he has chosen to instead include us. God wants to partner with us, but he is a gentleman and...

  • The Family of Christ (Mark 3:20-35)

    The book of Mark is a unfolding, an unwrapping, like slowly tearing off the paper of a gift at Christmas. Each tear–each story–reveals something more about what is inside. And it is revealing two very closely related things: Who the King is, and what his kingdom is like. This week...