Mark’s Gospel is fast-paced and to the point. It is the shortest Gospel, and contains relatively fewer teaching passages – compare, for instance, Matthew and Luke both contain elements of the Sermon on the Mount, while such lengthy sermons aren’t recorded in Mark. Mark, on the other hand, is the Gospel of action, moving quickly from place to place in its record of Jesus’ ministry.

DateScriptureTeaching
Mar 3, 2019Mark 1:1-45
Mar 10, 2019Mark 2:1-22
Mar 17, 2019Mark 2:23-3:35
Mar 24, 2019Mark 4:1-41
Mar 31, 2019Mark 5:1-43
Apr 7, 2019Mark 6:7-52
Apr 14, 2019Mark 7:1-37
Apr 21, 2019Mark 8:27-9:32
Apr 28, 2019Mark 10:17-45
May 5, 2019Mark 11:27-12:34
May 12, 2019Mark 13:1-37
May 19, 2019Mark 14:32-72Audio (39:19)
May 26, 2019Mark 15:16-16:8Audio (48:21)
DateScriptureTeaching by Dr. Steve McKinion
Mar 3, 2019Mark 1:1-45
Mar 10, 2019Mark 2:1-22
Mar 17, 2019Mark 2:23-3:35
Mar 24, 2019Mark 4:1-41
Mar 31, 2019Mark 5:1-43
Apr 7, 2019Mark 6:7-52
Apr 14, 2019Mark 7:1-37
Apr 21, 2019Mark 8:27-9:32
Apr 28, 2019Mark 10:17-45
May 5, 2019Mark 11:27-12:34
May 12, 2019Mark 13:1-37
May 19, 2019Mark 14:32-72Mark 14 (audio, 39:19)
May 26, 2019Mark 15:16-16:8Mark 15-16 (audio, 48:21)