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I am excited to announce that we will begin studying the Gospel of Mark based on materials by Francis Chan this Sunday at 11:00 AM. It is an 11-week RightNow Media study that incorporates a 8-10 minutes videos each week. We will begin on April 26 and conclude on July 12. To register go to and fill out the form at the bottom of the page. The group schedule is below. There is no book or study material. Participants are asked to read the designated passages from Mark during the week prior to our Zoom meeting and be prepared to discuss in session. If you do not have a webcam, no worries. You can also call into the sessions.


The Gospel of Mark by Francis Chan—RightNow Media


April 26
Scripture: Mark 1:1-13
Main Idea: Jesus is unlike any other savior, and he calls us to make him our first priority.

May 3
Scripture: Mark 1:14-45
Main Idea: As disciples who follow Jesus Christ, we are called to surrender every aspect of our lives completely to him.

May 10
Scripture: Mark 2:1-3:6
Main Idea: When we begin to recognize our sin, we can see Jesus as our savior and begin to obey him.

May 17
Scripture: Mark 3:7-4:34
Main Idea: True disciples have a heart condition that is committed to God’s kingdom rather than the applause of people.

May 24
Scripture: Mark 4:35-5:43
Main Idea: Because Jesus is a compassionate, powerful God, we can and should come to him with our concerns and needs.

May 31
Scripture: Mark 6:1–29
Main Idea: Faithful following means doing what Jesus asks regardless of the worldly outcome.

June 7
Scripture: Mark 6:30–8:30
Main Idea: Because of his unique power as creator, Jesus renews and restores what sin and darkness broke.

June 14
Scripture: Mark 8:31–10:52
Main Idea: To be a true disciple of Jesus, we must lay aside everything we possess and all that we are to sacrificially serve like Jesus did.

June 21
Scripture: Mark 11:1–13:37
Main Idea: The world’s view of power differs drastically from Jesus’s example of the king coming to sacrifice and serve.

June 28
Scripture: Mark 14:1–15:47
Main Idea: Despite being abandoned, Jesus accomplished his mission on the cross, laying a victorious foundation for our eternal hope.

July 5
No group meeting on Fourth of July weekend.

July 12
Scripture: Mark 15:40–16:8
Main Idea: Because we are convinced that Jesus is the Son of God and long-awaited savior, our lives should reflect our faith in daily obedience and faithfulness to him.


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