The Last Supper

March 31, 2019 | Series: Special. Scripture: Mark. Speakers: Pastor Bob Ray.

Mark 14:12-26

Faith in Jesus makes us part of His body and united to one another.

Marching to the Cross: True Faith or False Faith

March 18, 2018 | Series: Marching To The Cross. Scripture: Mark. Speakers: Pastor Bob Ray.

Mark 14:1-11

True faith in Jesus reveals itself in beautiful acts of worship and service, while false faith ultimately reveals itself in acts of betrayal and treachery.

Marching to the Cross to Serve and Save Others

February 25, 2018 | Series: Marching To The Cross. Scripture: Mark. Speakers: Pastor Bob Ray.

Mark 10:32-45

Jesus as God’s ultimate servant marches to the cross to save us and teach us greatness in His Kingdom means continually serving others.

Receiving the Kingdom as a Child

November 15, 2015 | Series: Special. Scripture: Mark. Speakers: Aaron Ramquist.

Mark 10:15
Naaman and his wife’s servant girl show us how to receive the kingdom as a child.

The Great Commandment

June 1, 2014 | Series: Missions. Scripture: Mark. Speakers: Roger Roberts.

Mark 12:28-34
(Sermon audio is unavailable for this message). Jesus responds to a religious teacher’s question by stating that the most important of all the commandments is to love God entirely and to love one’s neighbor as oneself.


Communion with God: The Word of God (Part 1)

April 28, 2013 | Series: Communion with God. Scripture: Mark and Psalms. Speakers: Pastor Mitch Freeman.

Various Texts
God designed our souls to function in communion with himself. Just as a car needs gas, or the body needs food, so do our souls need God. In this series, we’ll be studying three ways to experience communion with God: through his word, through prayer, and through fasting. In this first sermon, we look at our soul’s great need for God’s word.

Rest A While

July 4, 2010 | Series: Special. Scripture: Mark. Speakers: Pastor Mitch Freeman.

Mark 6:30-32
After his disciples returned from ministering to people, Jesus made a surprising statement: “Come away by yourselves to a desolate place and rest a while.” What? After seeing such success as demons were being cast out, the sick being healed, and the gospel was being preached? Even while there were still so many pressing against them for ministry even now? Why does Jesus command them to rest? Christ teaches us the importance of “taking care of our tools.”