One of my favorite questions in Scripture is this one from Jesus: “How many loaves have you?” And it is one that I remind myself of whenever I am feeling overwhelmed by the needs that I see around me.
In a world that is busier than ever, Jesus invites us come and find rest. Here is my sermon on Mark 6:30-34.
When Jesus sent his apostles out on their first mission trip, he gave them simple rules to follow, which are good rules for us, too. Here is my sermon on Mark 6:1-13.
Jesus wants more for us than to be healed of disease. He wants to give us his peace. Here is my sermon on Mark 5:21-43.
"Even Though He Sleeps, Christ Is in the Boat" - My Sermon on Mark 4:35-41
This is another in my series exploring Scripture's most compelling questions, in this case the question asked by Jesus to his first disciples and to all who would follow him.
In a world that can sometimes be lacking in mystery and majesty, the kingdom of God described in the parables of Jesus offers us both.
Jesus came to bind the strong man, Satan, so that we would be free to live out Jesus' mission. Here is my sermon on Mark 3:20-35.
United by a Shared Savior: A Devotion on Mark 5
Here is a guest post from my daughter, a seminary student who is looking at the death of John the Baptist and asking the question, how do we read the Bible?