The Gospel of Mark is an action-packed story of the ministry of Jesus. The Gospel covers the three-and-one-half years of Jesus' public ministry and reveals him as both a miracle worker and a supernatural servant. He is constantly on the move preaching, teaching, healing, and preparing his disciples to carry the gospel forward following his death and resurrection.
Mark focuses on Jesus' actions rather than his words. He records eighteen of Jesus' miracles while only mentioning four of his parables. These miracles revealed Jesus; divine identity and his supernatural power.
This Teaching Guide will equip you to lead a Bible study of the Gospel of Mark, complete with scholarly Bible Commentary as well as 2 sets of teaching plans to lead a class or group. It is suggested that the teacher or leader also have a copy of the Study Guide which the participants will be using. Paperback; 166 pages.