Want to go deeper in your personal study of the Gospel of Mark? We’ve compiled a list of free resources that are available via our library or online. Pick up a Scripture journal and a bookmark when you join us for worship on Sunday!
You’re encouraged to spend time in Scripture throughout the week, personally reading and meditating on the passage as we examine the Gospel of Mark together.
|Jan. 1–7||Mark 8:31-38||The King’s Call|
|Jan. 8–14||Mark 9:1-29||The King’s Glory|
|Jan. 15–21||Mark 9:30-50||The King’s Greatness|
|Jan. 22–28||Mark 10:1-12||The King’s Design|
|Jan. 29–Feb. 4||Mark 10:13-34||The King’s Challenge|
|Feb. 5–11||Mark 10:32-52*||The King’s Leadership|
|Feb. 12–18||Mark 11:1-33*||The King’s Entrance|
|Feb. 19–25||Mark 12:1-12||The King’s Rejection|
|Feb. 26–March 4||Mark 12:13-27||The King’s Economy|
|March 5–11||Mark 12:28-34||The King’s Command|
|March 12–18||Mark 12:35-44||The King’s Observation|
|March 19–25||Missions Conference|
|March 26–April 1||Mark 13:1-31*||The King’s Return|
|April 2–8||Mark 13:32-36||Palm Sunday|
|April 9–15||Mark 16:1-8||Easter Sunday|
Some passages included in the reading guide will not be covered on Sunday mornings. To help you process these longer passages in your weekly reading, additional devotional material will be posted prior to the week.
Our library is located on the upper level of McLean Presbyterian Church; learn more.
We’ve partnered with RightNow Media to provide free access to video resources for everyone in the Capital Pres Family; learn more.
For this sermon series, our pastoral team consulted a variety of resources, including:
*This title is available for purchase in our McLean site’s Book Nook (located in our Welcome Center; adjacent to the Sanctuary).
The Washington Institute for Faith, Vocation and Culture is an arm of our ministry which, via publishing articles, provides a place for Christians to think carefully about issues worth pondering.
Read these relevant articles tracing passages from the Gospel of Mark which we will not cover through our sermon series:
Access more through The Gospel Coalition and on YouTube; follow the links below.
We’ve ordered Scripture journals for our church family! Journaling is a great way to enhance your personal study of God’s word. Pick up your free copy after the service, available at all sites.
There’s no right or wrong way to journal! Watch the video below to hear Pastor Rob share how journaling has been a useful practice over the years — he also gives suggestions for how you can use the Mark Scripture journal to take sermon notes or use it in your personal devotion time.
Enhance your devotional time; worship throughout the week with our curated playlist on Spotify.