Sermons on Mark

Glory

The transfiguration of Jesus – was it to end like Elijah’s transport into heaven? The brightness had disappeared, and Jesus was still there with them. It was not yet time. The disciples had wanted “just a little more time”, and they got it. Leading into the events of Lent, we take time today to examine…

Amazing?

Some people like surprises and some do not. We find this in the Gospels, too. St Matthew’s gospel is less surprising and more orderly. St. Mark’s gospel is different — filled with surprises, unexpected events, and twists and turns in the road. St. Mark documented a front row seat to the clash between heaven and…

What Waiting Feels Like

Can you imagine how the first followers of Jesus felt? After centuries of waiting, they got to experience Jesus here on earth. In the final days of the church year, we are approaching Advent, we prepare to celebrate that Baby born in a manger so many ears ago, and we wait with eagerness and anticipation…