Mark 9:1-12

The transfiguration on the Mount. God speaks audibly & says to Hear His Beloved Son. Listen to Jesus.


Mark 8:31-38

Jesus rebukes Peter and tells us that we will face trials in our life time. Keep your eyes on Jesus.

Mark 8:14-30

Jesus talks about being aware of the leaven of the Pharisees and heals a blind man in Bethsaida.

Mark 8:1-13

We are all equal, equally sinful and in need of a Savior. The Pharisees seek a sign and are skeptic.


Mark 7:24-37

Jesus goes to another region simply to heal the Greek woman's daughter. He desires relationship.

Mark 7:1-23

Pharisees and scribes hold to tradition over God's Word. Jesus shows it's the heart that matters.

Mark 6:47-56

We may be in the will of God and still have the wind come against us. Trust God, He is teaching us. 


Mark 6:30-46

Multitudes follow Jesus and the disciples. Jesus has compassion and meets their needs.

Mark 6:1-31

Jesus teaches in His home town of Nazareth but most don't believe. Disciples send out in 2 to share.

Mark 5:21-43

Jairus comes to Jesus for his daughter is ill. Jesus heals both a woman and Jairus's daughter.



Mark 4:35-5:20

Jesus stills the storm and they are amazed. He rebukes the demons inside a person and they obey.

Mark 4:1-34

Jesus teaches in parables and reveals to the disciples the meaning. Share God's Word to all.

Mark 3:20-35

If you're a follower of Christ you will be called names as they did to Jesus. A house divided can't stand.


Mark 3:11-19

Jesus selects 12 disciples to be His apostles. We see what it means to be a disciple of Jesus.

Mark 3:1-10

Grace and mercy of God displayed even when there are those with hard hearts. 

Mark 2:13-28

The calling of Matthew. Jesus is questioned about Fasting. Jesus is Lord over the Sabbath.


Mark 1:32-2:12

We learn that Jesus is healing many and setting them free from demons. Jesus is a man of prayer.

Mark 1:1-31

Mark moves rather fast, the Gospel is Good News. Jesus teaches with authority, He is the Author of Life.

Mark - Introduction

Introduction to Mark, his authorship and his character. We look at Acts to see who he was.