"Mark" Tagged Sermons
Mark 9:1-13 In the classic 90’s movie Space Jam, when the Loony Toons are down at halftime of the basketball game, Bugs hands the team “Michael’s Secret Stuff,” (in reality water) which gives them the power to come back and win the game. In the challenges and trials we face in life, What “Secret Stuff” does God give us to come back?
Mark 8:27-38 Everyone has seen pictures of beautiful scenery with a verse in front of it. One of the things that Scott Ritterbush mentions from time to time is that there are verses that you will not see on such prints. This week, the core of the message surrounds Mark 8:34, which he says is one of those verses you won’t see. He dissects the passage and what it means for believers today.
Mark 8:11-31 In another encounter with the Jesus, the Pharisees demanded that he produce signs for them to prove who He was. It wasn’t because they wanted to believe in Him, but rather to make sure that he fit what they wanted to believe in. Pastor Ritterbush looks at this story, and examines how it applies today in our “Believe What You Like” culture.
Mark 7:31- 8:10 “Christ came to make many groups one people.” Scott looks at a pair of miracles that were done by Jesus in not the most welcoming of places for Jews. In doing these miracles, Christ obliterated various social and cultural lines of division between Jews and Gentiles.
Mark 7:24-30 The best exercise you can do for leg strength and development is the squat. In this weeks message, Pastor Ritterbush compares how to build your faith much as squats will build your legs.
Mark 7:1-23 Associate Pastor of Worship Reid Gordon opens a new series as we continue in the book of Mark. The Pharisees, the primary religious group in Jesus’s time, were opposed to Him because He threatened their established system. Reid looks at questions that are raised by them and what their religious system fail to produce, as well as what Jesus wants besides your religious system.
Mark 6:45-56 How often have you wrestled with the divinity of Jesus? It is a question that scholars and everyday people struggle with. In this week’s message, Scott Ritterbush looks at the divinity of Jesus, how He came “Down From The Painting,” and what that means for people today.
Mark 6:30-44 A lunch from a boy is miraculously transformed into enough food in order to feed over 5,000 people in a desolate place. Scott Ritterbush examines a story that most have heard before. In it, he also looks at Old Testament passages that parallel this miracle and show us that Jesus is our shepherd and can be trusted.
Mark 6:1-30 Pastor Scott returns to the pulpit and brings a message of how a prophet has little to no honor in their own house. How does this perspective work for us today? Do we have honor in the world we live in?
Mark 5:21-43 Guest speaker and Bethany Elder, Brian Lee begins a new series on what it means to progress from fear to faith in our daily lives, and how we can do this. The series begins with one event that contains two stories within it.