Sermons on Mark
Our success in fulfilling the Great Co-Mission to Make Disciples begins with building relationships with unchurched friends and inviting them to walk the Disciple’s Trail with us.
In prayer and praise, it is appropriate to engage our whole being – mind and body, soul and spirit – in direction our affections toward God in anticipation of a powerful encounter with His presence.
“The gospel is less about getting into the Kingdom of heaven when you die and more about living in the kingdom of heaven before you die.” (Dallas Willard)
To fish like Jesus, we may need to need to spend ample time eating with disreputable guests, going to where the people who need Him the most are located.
We push back against busyness in our lives when we practice Sabbath-keeping by spending time with a conscious awareness that God’s work is more important than ours. Download The Map, a weekly study guide to help you consistently reflect on Scripture as you pursue maturity in Christ.
Jesus calls us to take up the towel and embrace the surrendered, selfless, submitted life of a sacrificial servant.