Mark Study Guide with DVD
Mark's gospel has an urgency to it that's hard to ignore. It's as if he is breathless, trying to get the information out as quickly as he can. A few decades have passed since Jesus' ministry, and with persecution intensifying, some believers were tempted to compromise or simply give up on being a follower of the Messiah.
So, Mark needed to take the early Christians back to the basics and get them ready to move!
In this six-session study, pastor Jeff Manion takes you and your group through the gospel of Mark to answer such urgent questions about the Christian faith as:
- Who is this Jesus?
- What does he expect of me?
- Is suffering a normal part of the Christian life?
- What will encourage and strengthen my trust in Jesus?
These questions are not born of a lack of faith but serve to strengthen and stabilize our relationship with the Savior. So, lace up your running shoes. Open your heart and mind. And come with your questions! Get ready to move as Mark's Gospel reveals what it means to follow Jesus.
40 Days Through the Book series:
Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on a specific book of the Bible, is designed to help you more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture and applying it in a fresh way to your life. Throughout each study, you'll be encouraged to read through the corresponding book in the New Testament at least once during the course of 40 days.
This pack contains:
- 40 Days Through the Book: Mark Study Guide
- 40 Days Through the Book: Mark Video Study DVD (streaming video access included)
About the Author
Jeff Manion (jeffmanion.org) is the senior pastor of Ada Bible Church in Grand Rapids, Michigan, where he has served for over thirty years, and is the author of The Land Between and Satisfied. His great joy is digging deeply into Scripture and passionately teaching the story of the Bible in a clear and relevant way. Jeff enjoys running, cycling, and hiking. He and his wife, Chris, have three adult children.