Mark 14:32-42 The prayer of Jesus among the sleeping disciples in Gethsemane
Mark 14:17-25 The Passover meal reinterpreted by Jesus to represent his own death as the "Passover Lamb"
Mark 14:1-11 The pouring of expensive perfume on Jesus and the stink of betrayal in Judas
Mark 13. Here we look at the longest speech given by Jesus in Mark's Gospel. For many, this is one of the most puzzling answers Jesus gives. Was he talking about the end of the world or events in the first century, or both and more???
Mark 12:18-27 Here Jesus answers sceptical questions about the physical resurrection of all believers. Just how will it all work practically? Jesus' answers are puzzling at first but actually provide his followers great hope
Mark 11:12-21 Jesus' cursing of the fig tree and his turning over tables in the temple presents us with a side of Jesus we may find unusual but actually there are valuable lessons here for us all
Mark 11:1-11 Jesus comes to Jerusalem for the last time. The style of his entry not only fulfills prophecy but shows us something of his kingship and kingdom
Mark 9:30-37 In this section of Mark Jesus gives the disciples 3 important sayings that are crucial for understanding his mission and what matters in God's Kingdom
Mark 9:1-13 The transfiguration of Jesus
Mark 8 JJ takes us through the all important question that Jesus poses to his disciples: who do people say that I am?
Mark 5:1-20 This strange and curious story actually has some wonderful lessons about evil, and the way Jesus has come to defeat and reverse the effects of evil and sin.
Mark 4:35-41 The Symbolism of the storm and 4 lessons about Christ
Mark 4:1-20 Rupert takes us through the parable on parables
Mark 2:1-12 Christ's encounter with a paralytic and the importance of forgiveness, faith and the forgiver
Mark 1:40-45 The remarkable story of Christ and the Leper. A wonder picture of much about the Christian faith and the mission of Jesus
Mark 1:9-28 Mark's presentation of Jesus of Nazareth as both the saviour and Christ and particularly how he is the new "David"