Year Of Mark

In July of 2018, I embarked on my longest sermon series to date – an entire year!

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Inspired by my dear friend Jonathan Chapman, I started at the beginning of the Gospel of Mark and – for the most part – preached my way through it, start to finish.  Jon talked about his inspiration for the Year of Mark here.  We did have to do a little bit of combining and finagling to make it work with the church year around Lent and Easter, but other than that we have just been reading a continuous story throughout the year!  I will have more to share about the Year of Mark once we finish in July 2019, but for now – if you are looking for a specific sermon from Mark – here you go!

Mark 1:1-8
Mark 1:9-15
Mark 1:16-20
Mark 1:21-34
Mark 1:35-45
Mark 2:1-12
Mark 2:13-28
Mark 3:1-16
Mark 3:7-35
Mark 4:1-20
Mark 4:21-34
Mark 4:35-41
Mark 5:1-20
Mark 5:21-24
Mark 5:25-34 – I was on vacation this week so someone else preached!
Mark 5:35-43
Mark 6:1-29
Mark 6:30-44
Mark 6:45-56
Mark 7:1-23
Mark 7:24-30
Mark 7:31-37
Mark 8:1-10
Mark 8:11-21
Mark 8:22-26
Mark 8:27-9:1
Mark 9:2-13
Mark 9:14-29
Mark 9:30-51
Mark 10:1-16
Mark 10:17-31
Mark 10:32-45
Mark 10:46-52
Mark 11:1-33
Mark 12:1-12
Mark 12:13-27
Mark 12:28-34
Mark 12:35-44
Mark 13
Mark 14:1-9
Mark 14:10-26
Mark 14:26-42
Mark 14:43-52
Mark 14:53-65
Mark 14:66-72
Mark 15:1-15
Mark 15:16-39
Mark 15:40-47
Mark 16:1-8
Mark 16:1-17

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