The following sermons form part of a series of expositions of the Gospel of Mark by Doug Van Meter.
We might call Mark’s prologue, “Words for Your Wilderness.” Let me explain. If scholars are correct, Mark wrote his gospel in the late 50s for believers living in the Roman Empire. (Many believe that it was written particularly for Roman Christians.) Many of these Christians
For several years we have joined with tens, if not hundreds, of thousands of churches across the globe in recognition of Sanctity of Human Life Sunday. This began several decades ago in the United States, where congregations would set aside a particular Sunday nearest the
The Lord Jesus Christ was tempted His entire earthly sojourn. From the cradle to the cross, Jesus of Nazareth was tempted to sin. If He ever succumbed to temptation, we would not have a Saviour. The wilderness temptations are an important cameo into what Jesus