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Pastor Mark Driscoll is a Jesus-following, mission-leading, church-serving, people-loving, Bible-preaching pastor. He’s grateful to be a nobody trying to tell everybody about Somebody. This channel features audio content from Mark Driscoll, including sermons and event teaching. Mark preaches about Jesus with a skillful mix of bold presentation, accessible teaching, and compassion for those who are hurting the most. For more great teaching resources visit markdriscoll.org

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Pastor Mark Driscoll is a Jesus-following, mission-leading, church-serving, people-loving, Bible-preaching pastor. He’s grateful to be a nobody trying to tell everybody about Somebody. This channel features audio content from Mark Driscoll, including sermons and event teaching. Mark preaches about Jesus with a skillful mix of bold presentation, accessible teaching, and compassion for those who are hurting the most. For more great teaching resources visit markdriscoll.org

    1st Peter #9 - How to Survive the Coming Crisis

    1st Peter #9 - How to Survive the Coming Crisis

    In this final message from 1 Peter 5, Pastor Mark shares the importance of selecting your shepherd and finding your flock (choosing a pastor and church family), looking out for the lion (resisting the devil) and gives the ultimate reminder that the chief Shepherd is for Christians and coming back for us.

    • 1 hr 5 min
    1st Peter #8 - Pray for the Best, Prepare for the Worst

    1st Peter #8 - Pray for the Best, Prepare for the Worst

    In 1 Peter 4, Peter gives admonition that Christians will likely suffer for their faith but the Good News of the Gospel promises that an end to the suffering will come when Jesus makes His final return.

    • 1 hr 4 min
    1st Peter #7 - Suffering Leads to Sinning or Serving

    1st Peter #7 - Suffering Leads to Sinning or Serving

    When we suffer, we have two choices for how we can react - either by sinning or serving. This sermon from 1 Peter 4 shows how the best way to react to hardship is by using your suffering for good by serving.

    • 1 hr 5 min
    1st Peter #6 - Living for Heaven in a World Gone to Hell

    1st Peter #6 - Living for Heaven in a World Gone to Hell

    In this sermon from 1 Peter 3, Pastor Mark teaches that Heaven & hell start in this life, that God can use your worst misery for your best ministry, and that, ultimately, Christianity is about Christ.

    • 1 hr 5 min
    1st Peter #5 - Honor in Real Marriage

    1st Peter #5 - Honor in Real Marriage

    In this sermon from 1 Peter 3, Pastor Mark & Grace talk about honor in marriage and a practical list of how to win at marriage.

    • 1 hr 5 min
    1st Peter #4 - Jesus, Authority, Justice, and Slavery

    1st Peter #4 - Jesus, Authority, Justice, and Slavery

    In this timely sermon, Pastor Mark shares timeless truths from God’s word about submitting to Godly authority, God’s path to equality, and that overall, Jesus is the victim of humanity’s sinful injustice.

    • 1 hr 12 min

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emergent? ,

contextualized orthodox Christian teaching

Mark Driscoll can offend some at times; however, his teaching and theology are clearly orthodox and present a high view of Jesus and of the Bible. A reveiwer above commented that Mark Driscoll is not teaching what Christianity is about and in turn recommended Rob Bell of Mars Hill Bible Church. I could not disagree more. Driscoll's teaching presents timeless truths that have been accepted by Bible-believing Christians for 2,000 years, albeit in a sometimes-unconventional way. In contrast, Rob Bell (and others in the emergent movement) are trying to re-write the Bible into a neo-liberal form that is more palatable to them and to the world. The Gospel message as presented in the Bible is by its very nature offensive. We should either accept it or reject it on its own terms based on our own analysis. Trying to water it down into something that is more tolerable to us is simply not an intellectually-honest option. Say what you want about Mark Driscoll. He is honest and pulls no punches about what the Bible says. Some people just don't like that.

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Righteous truth

Mark is really good and two things hurting your feelings and preaching gospel. It’s like when you pour alcohol on a wound, it hurts but it’s needed to prevent infections. The if the gospel hurts it’s because it’s what you need to fix about yourself. Thank you Mark for preaching the truth no matter what the consequences are.

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Jesus and Bible Centered is the new Radical

At one point in Christianity, these two were at the forefront of Christianity, as they should be. In an era when too many pastors look like woke sjw celebrity look alike a, Mark has kept Jesus Christ and the Bible at the center, realizing rightly that all those things people are focusing on are only solved through a right view of people through Christ and scripture. I am thankful that every week, we still have Mark to faithfully point us in the right direction. I’m even thankful for his massive failure a few years back because he showed us how to deal with a major setback like that with humbleness and grace. Thank you Mark for being my extended pastor for over a decade now 👊🏻👍🏻

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