3 Remarkable Endings
Mike Hornsby reads the short ending of Mark 16:1-8, then Greg Taylor explains the three endings of Mark. No matter what ending, we still have a choice: Who do you say Jesus is? What does following Jesus really mean for our lives? Share this final message with your friends and see how the ReMARKable series concludes.
Greg Taylor preaches on Mark 15 and focuses on what the Gospel of Mark zooms in on: the cross and the proclamation of a very unlikely man. Listen to Ollisha Warren read Mark 15 and listen to Greg Taylor preach on this text.
Greg Taylor preaches on Mark 14. We are all Runaway Disciples in the presence of the Faithful Jesus.
Who do you say I am?
New Zealand based guest preacher Justin Cherry, who is supported in part by The Journey, preaches on Mark 8.
Guest Preacher Amy Bost Henegar invites you to pause and look. Do you see the woman in the temple courts? Jesus is pointing to her and saying something about a widow at the offering box. What will Jesus say about this woman? Amy preaches from Mark 12:41-44.
Remarkable: How Do Three Groups React to This Man?
Watch as Robert Garland surveys Mark 9-10 and three groups of people reacting to Jesus. What is your reaction? Will you follow this man? Will you believe that he is really more than a man but also God in the flesh?
LEGION: Jesus will cast out your demons, if you let him
Watch as Greg Taylor tells the story from Mark 5 about what happens when Jesus meets a demon possessed man from Gerasa. Tim Schweikhard connects the story to Dry Bones Denver, and you can watch the videos we viewed in the service in the YouTube links below.
Mark 5:1-20 Discussion Guide
What did you like and/or dislike about the Reading? What stood out to you in a new way?
Journey Bible Teachers says, “I loved how this story represents what is to happen to Rome and other forces of power now that Jesus is here. I thought it was very interesting to see the man from Gerasenes as the first apostle to the Gentiles.”
What did you like and/or dislike about the sermon? What stood out to you in a new way?
Are you amazed with this story of the demon-possessed man and how Jesus sent Legion into the pigs and drowned them?
Who do you identify with in this story?
The man from Gerasenes before Jesus – Possessed by demons
The man from Gerasenes after Jesus – Restored and saved
The people in Gerasenes – Wanting Jesus to leave
Are you identifying with people in pain to bring God’s healing to those in need?
Does Jesus amaze you, or is Jesus amazed at your lack of faith? (Mark 6:1-6)
Why would a person choose to not allow Jesus to cast out their demons? Fear? Cynicism?
Jesus will cast out your demons, if you will let him. Let Jesus cast out your demons.
Dry Bones Denver 500 Foot Perspective
Watch this video about Dry Bones Denver for an overview of the ministry, and to learn more, visit www.drybonesdenver.org.
Perspective – Matt, Stephanie, and Donnie
About this video, Dry Bones Denver says, “We’re honored to have Matt, Stephanie, and Donnie share a slice of their life and perspective with us. Thank you all for helping Dry Bones continue to build a community of unconditional love, unsurpassable worth, and deep belonging.”
Who is this man? Part 2
Greg Taylor gets The Journey congregation involved in telling the good news of Jesus from the Gospel of Mark. Watch as Journey members get into the characters of the story in Mark 2-4, and the youth even act out one of the scenes. The questions we’re asking are, “Who is this man?” and “What did it mean to follow Jesus in the story?” and “What does it mean to follow Jesus today?”
Who is this man? Part 1
Greg Taylor gets The Journey congregation involved in telling the good news of Jesus from the Gospel of Mark. Watch as Journey members get into the characters of the story in Mark 1 and even act out one of the scenes. The questions we’re asking are, “Who is this man?” and “What did it mean to follow Jesus in the story?” and “What does it mean to follow Jesus today?”
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