Monthly Archives: March 2013

Where’s Jesus? (Mark 16:1-8)

We’ve spent time this past week reflecting on Jesus’ faithfulness through his last hours, the hope present even in Jesus’ last cry from the cross, and the joy of Jesus’ resurrection. On Sunday morning, we focused on the question: Where’s Jesus? (click … Continue reading

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Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, Easter Sunday

This week we will be reflecting together on Jesus’ last days and hours. As we prepare for the joy of resurrection, I invite you to take some time to read through Mark 14:1-16:8. As you do so, also consider the … Continue reading

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“Nothing but Leaves” (Mark 11:1-25)

Click on the following link to read the sermon I prepared for this week: Nothing but Leaves. After reading, consider the following questions. Jesus rides into Jerusalem as a King even if the crowds of people don’t understand that. How can … Continue reading

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Palm Sunday

This Sunday, we will reflect on Jesus’ initial entry into Jerusalem (Mark 11:1-11) and the first things he does there (Mark 11:12-25). The journey to Jerusalem is now complete. Mark shifts the setting from “the way” to the temple. In … Continue reading

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“Seeing & Following” Mark 10:46-52

This morning, we reflected on the story of Bartimaeus. If you’d like to read through the sermon again, click here: Seeing & Following. While the story is simple on the surface (Jesus healing a blind man), there are many layers of … Continue reading

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Mark 10:46-52

This coming Sunday, we will focus on the final story in Mark’s Gospel before Jesus and his disciples enter Jerusalem. On the surface, this is a simple story of Jesus healing a blind beggar. When we look deeper, however, we … Continue reading

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Walking with a Purpose (Mark 10:32-45)

During Worship, Rosie helped us consider the purposefulness with which Jesus walked. She encouraged us to walk with similar purpose today. As you think back on the sermon and scripture, consider the following questions: What direction is your life headed? … Continue reading

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