Two Kinds of Lostness (Mark 7:1-23)

Andrew Jones teaches on Mark 7:1-23, exploring the depths of the nature of sin & particularly the deadly nature of “religious” sin.

Part Eight of our semester-long look at the authentic Jesus in the Gospel According to Mark. 10.16.13 in Harry’s Coffeehouse at Samford University.

Why Jesus Stopped (Mark 5:21-43)

Matt Francisco teaches on Mark 5:21-43, exploring why Jesus stopped to speak with a woman with a chronic bleeding problem while Jairus’ daughter was dying.

Part Six of our semester-long look at the authentic Jesus in the Gospel According to Mark (Mark 5:21-43). 10.2.13 in Harry’s Coffeehouse at Samford University

To Seek and Save the Lost (Mark 5:1-20)

Harry Reeder of Briarwood Presbyterian Church teaches on Mark 5:1-20. We explore four lessons we learn from Jesus’ mission to seek and save the lost.

Part Five of our semester-long look at the authentic Jesus in the Gospel According to Mark (Mark 5:1-20). 9.25.13 in Harry’s Coffeehouse at Samford University

The Authority of King Jesus (Mark 2:1-12)

Olan Stubbs teaches on Mark 2:1-12, exploring mankind’s greatest need & Jesus’ authority over humanity, disease, and sin.

Part Two of our semester-long look at the authentic Jesus in the Gospel According to Mark (Mark 2:1-12). 9.4.13 in Harry’s Coffeehouse at Samford University

The Gospel According to Mark (Mark 1:1-3)

Part One of our semester-long look at the authentic Jesus (Mark 1:1-3 & Isaiah 40).

Matt Francisco explores the prophet Isaiah’s question, “Who has measured the waters in the hollow of his hand, and marked off the heavens with a span, enclosed the dust of the earth in a measure and weighed the mountains in scales and the hills in a balance?” and explores the miracle of the all-powerful God becoming a man named Jesus.

8.29.13 in Harry’s Coffeehouse at Samford University