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Passionate Love: Applying Mark 15

Photo by Zac Durant on Unsplash Why is it good to remember the passionate love of Christ for us? Is it so we will feel bad for putting him through such pain? Or is it some kind of ploy for using guilt as a tool to manipulate our…
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The Powerless One? Studying Mark 15

Photo by Damir Spanic on Unsplash We're continuing our study of the Gospel of Mark today, a study that is following the preaching schedule at Rincon Mountain Presbyterian Church. Mark 15 places Jesus in the eye of the storm. He…

Jesus’ Sacrifice: Studying Mark 14

Do you tend to focus on the sacrifices you've had to make for your family, your work, your faith? Find rest by looking away from your sacrifices to His.

Insider Information: Applying Mark 13

What does it look like to be in Jesus' inner ring? Mark 13 isn't just about the end times, it's about friendship with Jesus himself.

Words of Warning and Love: Studying Mark 13

Words of warning are sometimes the greatest act of love imaginable. Join me to consider Jesus' warnings about the end of our age.
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Hidden Partner: Albert Einstein’s First Wife

A hidden life can yield an extraordinary legacy, even without the public recognition it may deserve

Scriptures? You Don’t Know Them: Studying Mark 12

Jesus' rebuke to the Pharisees, "Is this not the reason. you are wrong, because you know neither the Scriptures nor the power of God?" has been a goad in my own life to know both. Let's talk about that.

From Barren to Fruitful: Applying Mark 11

When Jesus cursed the fig tree, it became forever barren. Do you fear your life will be barren, fruitless? Read on to hear the gospel answer.
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The Final Act: Studying Mark 11

It's Holy Week. Let's take a break from the news about Covid-19 and enter God's eternal timeline of redemption.

Impossible Freedom: Applying Mark 10

Quarantine jails us with ourselves. Have you ever tried to set yourself free from a bad habit? It's excruciatingly difficult. Read on to hear how Jesus offers the impossible.