Tag Archive: Mark

Mark, The Messianic Secret, and Jesus Identity
Posted March 13th, 2011 by Mike Hubbard

Wanted to clear up a theological issue in the Gospel of Mark which time in the service each week doesn’t really allow me to tackle.  One of the curious things that keeps happening in Mark involves Jesus commands directed at people whom he healed and served to keep quiet about Jesus work and identity.  He […]

Family Bible Readings in Mark – Part 1
Posted February 2nd, 2011 by Mike Hubbard

Started working on this project back at the beginning of our study in Mark, but got bogged down and didn’t get it done.  But then I heard this weekend about our new Genesis Kids Curriculum and how it encouraged Bible reading, and how our Genesis Kids leaders were encouraging families to begin reading the Gospel […]

Getting ready for Easter – Wednesday
Posted April 3rd, 2007 by Mike Hubbard

Scripture – Mark 14:22-31 What a great gift Jesus gave when he began the ordinance of Communion, a tangible way to remember His incredible sacrifice for you and me. We will be celebrating Communion on Sunday morning as part of worship as a reminder of the great lengths Jesus went to make our relationship with […]