SERMONS, OUTLINES, ILLUSTRATIONS, AND PREACHING IDEAS

SERMONS & MEDIA ON MARK

Our sermon ideas on Mark will help you preach a powerful message on Jesus as the Son of God. Preach on topics including discipleship, Jesus as teacher, the kingdom of God, and the cause of the cross. Prepare your messages on God's Word in Mark with sermon outlines or an entire sermon series.


MARK SERMON OUTLINES

by John Barnett

You may have had a horrible past year or an incredible 2006-but whichever it was, God declares that we start today brand new in Christ. This reality is emphasized as the calendar starts over; communion also is a constant reminder of this promise-but as we will see this morning, the Gospel by Mark is from start to finish the Gospel of New Beginnings! We are returning...

by Jeff Schreve

I hope and pray and trust that God has been speaking to your heart as He has been speaking to my own, and I hope that you are getting on the road to recovery in some dysfunction in your life. You know, we've talked about the fact that it's never too broken to mend. No matter how messed up your life might be, no matter how messed up a relationship...

by Stan Coffey

INTRODUCTION: Mark's gospel, the shortest one, has as its purpose to present the Lord Jesus as the suffering servant. The key verse is Mark l10:45, ''For even the Son of man came not to be ministered unto, but to minister, and to give his life a ransom for many.'' Mark's view of the Lord Jesus as a suffering servant accounts for the absence of many of Jesus' teachings in his...

by Ike Reighard

Today, we will begin a series of messages that I have entitled, How to Believe in an Unbelieving World. My subtitle describes my methodology for this study: Bedrock Beliefs for the Shifting Sands of Time. We live in a day and age when things that we once believed were unchangeable are changing, and the rapid pace sometimes makes us feel as if we are trapped between...

by Ernest Easley

Now as you're turning to Mark's gospel and the fourth chapter … have you ever wondered why it is that the same people can sit in the same worship experience and hear the same message, sing the same songs and yet one walks out changed while the other one just walks out? Why is it that going to worship helps some people and doesn't help other people? Well, that's...

by Jerry Vines

There seems to have always been, on the part of man, a keen interest in the future. Dwight D. Eisenhower said one time, "I am greatly interested in the future because I'm going to spend the rest of my life there." It seems, somehow, God has placed within man an interest in the future and an awareness that life as we know it is not going to...

by Harley Howard

One of the interesting facts about this brief but to the point record of Jesus, according to the gospel of Mark, is the brevity that he used to describe the fact of Jesus Christ being God's son. When you compare the other writers, Matthew and Luke, for example, they both spend a great amount of time establishing the identity of Christ that Mark summarized...

by Johnny Hunt

The emphasis of this text is not on a single act, but something continuous. Notice, the parents brought their children to Jesus. That is what all parents should do, but cannot unless they themselves have first come to Him. Have you come? And are you bringing? This bringing may be regarded as an offering, for it is the same word as is used of the gifts of the...

by Rex Yancey

Life is full of storms. It didn't take me long to figure that out on the Gulf Coast. I read where they asked Osceola why he moved his tribe to high ground every summer. He said, "Saw grass bloom." He didn't have a meteorologist but he had learned that when the saw grass blooms the hurricanes are racing over the Atlantic. One of the most frustrating things about...

by Chris Brown

THE STORY: Mark 7:31-8:10. He is a Jesus that: Cares more about a relationship than an experience. Mark 7:31-37, 3:12, 5:40-43, 8:23; Matthew 9:30, 12:16, 16:20, 17:9; Luke 5:14, Acts 9:40. Will always meet you where you are at. Mark 7:33-35; Luke 7:39,19:5-7; John 3:16, 4:4-8; Philippians 2:5-11; Romans 5:8; 1 Timothy 1:15. Is moved by a...