Jesus often taught the disciples and crowds using parables. These earthly stories have heavenly meanings, and we encounter two of them in this next message by Pastor Dave from Mark 4:1-25.

What is the sin of blaspheming the Holy Spirit? Can someone, even a Christian, commit the sin today? Discover what was —and is—really going on in this passage that deals with precisely these questions in this message by Pastor Mark Schultz from Mark 3:20-35.

The stark contrast in Mark 3:7–19 between the curious masses and 12 committed men gives us insight into the urgency of Christ and his divine compulsion to ensure his Father's mission continues even after it is, in one sense, completed. Dig further into these two concepts in this message by Pastor Mark from Mark 3:7–19.

This third and final message of our mini-series within Mark takes aim at understanding our Lord's priorities. Gain insight into the importance of the heart in this message from Mark 2:23-3:6 regarding not only the Sabbath, but the Savior of the Sabbath!

In this second message of this mini-series within Mark, Pastor Carlos looks at the people's question regarding why some fasted and others did not. But there's more going on than just fasting! Get a peek into the point of Jesus' answer in this message from Mark 2:18-22, "Q and A with Jesus."

Jesus was constantly confusing and frustrating the spiritual leaders of His day because of who He chose to spend time with. Listen as we look at Jesus' 5th disciple and see how Jesus answers the scribes specific question of "Why does he eat with tax collectors and sinners?"

What many see as a story about four committed fiends is really a story of one forgiving Savior. Explore this "through the roof" encounter that signaled Jesus' true identity in this message by Pastor Carlos from Mark 2:1–12.

As Jesus' ministry picked up steam, we get a glimpse, not only into how he stayed focused and on-mission, but also into what that means for us who now serve in his name. Learn with Carlos the core essentials for Jesus-like service in this message from Mark 1:35-45.

With His first disciples, Jesus’ authority is on display. In this excerpt from Mark 1:21-34, we see the authority of the God Man over demons and various sickness. Join us as Pastor Carlos leads us through these three episodes in Jesus’ ministry.

When he went public, just what did Jesus say was the expectation for those who would follow him? See the stark truth concerning discipleship in this message by Pastor Mark Spencer from Mark 1:14–20.

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