Bible Talks from Mark

What Would Jesus Say

Preached on October 11, 2020
Bible Text: Mark 5:21-34

The longer we live, the more broken our lives become. In this talk, Jesus meets a woman who is completely broken - she has lost her health, money, and dignity. But in Jesus, she doesn't just find healing, she also finds freedom and peace.

Is There Any Sin God Wont Forgive

Preached on January 26, 2020
Bible Text: Mark 2:1–12

We all carry a portion of guilt around with from words we’ve regretted saying or people we’ve hurt along the way. We know Jesus came to forgive us, but is there a limit to his grace? Are there sins he won’t forgive? Have I gone too far, too often? We look at this question as we see Jesus heal a paralytic in the presence of the religious elite.

You Must Be True To Yourself

Preached on January 20, 2019
Bible Text: Mark 8:27-38

Third mantra of the model world: Be True To Yourself. In what sense is it true and in what sense is it false?

Nothing He Can’t Forgive

Preached on December 16, 2018
Bible Text: Mark 2:1-12

Jesus demonstrates both his authority to forgive and how our greatest need is to be forgiven.

The Most Important Thing (AM)

Preached on March 25, 2018
Bible Text: Mark 12:28-34

Our lives are precious. Jesus tells us here that the most important thing to give our lives to is loving God with all that we have. But there is a more important thing revealed here than simply ticking the box.

What If We Pray Like Jesus In Our Life?

Preached on October 29, 2017
Bible Text: Mark 14:32-42

Jesus' prayer in Gethsemane (Mark 14:36) provides a pattern for all of us to pray.

1. Abba Father.

2 There is nothing our Dad can't do.

3. Father, get me out of here.

4. Father knows best.

What If We Really Prayed Like Jesus?

Preached on October 29, 2017
Bible Text: Mark 14:32-42

By looking at the way Jesus prayed, we get a look into the value and privilege of a healthy prayer-life

What If We Really Believed The Church Is God’s Family?

Preached on October 22, 2017
Bible Text: Mark 3:20-34

What if we really believed the church is God’s family?
With God as our Father each Christian is a brother or sister in God’s forever family.

Gods Forever Family

Preached on October 22, 2017
Bible Text: Mark 3:20-35

When we give our lives to Jesus we are united to God forever! But it doesn’t end there… we are also united to a family of brothers and sisters who call on the same Lord. In this sermon, we explore what would change if we really believed this.