Tag: gospel of mark

Serious About Marriage: Resources for a Christ-Centered Marriage

Dale Thackrah / August 4, 2015
gospel of mark, marriage

I wanted to write a post about Christ-centered marriages that would complement the sermon on Mark 10:1-12, “Serious About Marriage”. My thinking is […]

Are You Sure You Want To Be a Christian?

Josh Watt / June 2, 2015
gospel of mark, q & a

I hate fluff. I have been told I also hate hype. I know, I don’t sound very pleasant. Here’s the reality. I just […]

Faith – It’s About the Object, Not the Quantity

Mark Andress / May 26, 2015
gospel of mark

1 Kings 18:20-29 contains an amusing story that tells of a group of prophets with great faith. With pride, certainty, and a passionate […]

Can You Fall Away and Still Be Saved?

Josh Watt / May 5, 2015
gospel of mark, q & a

The Bible is clear that salvation is a gift from God (Ephesians 2:8-10) given to repentant sinners (Acts 3:19) never to be taken […]

Did Jesus Honor His Parents?

Mark Andress / April 28, 2015
gospel of mark, q & a

The command for children to honor parents is well known – it’s the fifth of the 10 Commandments found in Exodus 20, referenced […]

Why You Need (the King’s) Community

John Kronwald / April 23, 2015
community, gospel of mark

We’re all longing to belong.  You’ve felt it before; the feeling of being alone and unneeded.  At our core, we all have a […]

What Is Fasting?

Dale Thackrah / April 14, 2015
gospel of mark, q & a, spiritual practices

When I became a Christian at the age of 27, I remember hearing about fasting for the first time. I was perplexed. I […]

Are You a Friend of Sinners?

Josh Watt / March 23, 2015
gospel of mark, outward focus, q & a

If you were to list out the possible titles and reputations people identify you with, would any of them be: Friend of Sinners? […]