Mark:
the Way of jesus

Journey with us through the Gospel of Mark!

As a church family, we will spend much of this next year living in the gospel of Mark, learning the way of Jesus, and ultimately the way of his cross. It is our hope that as we reflect closely on one disciple's 3-year journey with Jesus, that his story will become personal as we encounter the son of God for ourselves. Through spending time in God’s word, we hope that this provides a space to grow and be transformed by God, who is living and active. May these days spent in Mark's gospel be a blessing to you as we strive together to keep Jesus at the center of our lives.

We invite you to join us through grabbing a Mark Scripture Journal and reading each week. See below for reading plan and resources. 

Reading Plan

Reading Plan

Reading Plan for Mark

Intro

Mark 1:1

Aug. 22–29

Mark 1:2-13

Aug. 29–Sept. 5

Mark 1:14-20

Sept. 5–12

Mark 1:21-34; 40-45

Sept. 12–19

Mark 1:35-39

Sept. 19–26

Mark 2:1-17

Sept. 26–Oct. 3

Mark 2:18-3:6

Oct. 3–10

Mark 3:7-12

Oct. 10–17

Mark 3:13-19

Oct. 17–24

Mark 4:1-20

Oct. 24–31

Mark 4:26-29

Oct. 31–Nov. 7

Mark 4:35-5:20

Nov. 7–14

Mark 6:1-6

Nov. 14–21

Mark 6:30-44

Resources

Resources

How to Read God’s Word 

We've put together some tips for reading God's word, click below for a PDF.

Reading Tips

Where to Get Your Book

Purchase online at Amazon, or a local bookstore like Logos. We also have copies at the church – you can pick up at the welcome desk, located in the Hunt Center. 

Mark Overview Video

Watch this a 9 minute video from the Bible Project that breaks down the literary design of the book and its flow of thought. Mark demonstrates that Jesus is Israel's Messiah who inaugurates God’s kingdom through his suffering, death, and resurrection.