The Path of the Servant

Jesus calls men to follow him. The Servant-King revealed his identity as the Messiah of Israel and showed God’s response to belief and unbelief. He showed us the way of true worship for those who truly understand the identity of this God-Man. But then he set his face toward Jerusalem where he pursued the path to the cross.

Join us in our study of the second half of the Gospel of Mark as we discover the Path of the Servant as he reveals his mission “not to be served but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many.”

January 21: “We Shall See His Glory” (Mark 9:1-13)
January 28: “Faith and Failure” (Mark 9:14-29)
February 4: “Pride and Politics” (Mark 9:30-41)
February 11: “Pride with Salt and Fire” (Mark 9:42-50)
February 18: “Concerning Divorce” (Mark 10:1-12)
February 25: “The Narrow Way” (Mark 10:13-31)
March 4: “The Greatest Servant” (Mark 10:32-45)
March 18: “The Blind Follower” (Mark 10:46-52)
March 20:  “What’s Good About Friday?” (Luke 23:18-43)
March 25: “The Triumphal Entry” (Mark 11:1-26)
April 8: “A Gift for the King” (Mark 11:27 – 12:44)
April 15: “God’s Priorities in Turbulent Times: Part 1” (Mark 13:1-13)
April 22: “God’s Priorities in Turbulent Times: Part 2” (Mark 13:14-23)
April 29: “God’s Priorities in Turbulent Times: Part 3” (Mark 13:24-37)
May 6: “It’s a Beautiful Thing” (Mark 14:1-11)
May 20: “The Last Supper” (Mark 14:12-31)
May 27: “The Lord’s Prayer” (Mark 14:32-52)
June 3: “The Christ’s Trial” (Mark 14:53-72)
June 10: “The Sinner’s Substitute”  (Mark 15:1-47)
June 17: “The Empty Tomb” (Mark 16:1-8)
June 24: “The Gospel of Mark: A Review”