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
James #2 - How does faith work when you are tempted?
In this sermon from James 1:9-18, Pastor Mark preaches on how joy comes from God more than it comes from circumstances of our lives, our stuff, or our sin.
James #1 - How does faith work when you are in a trial?
In this first sermon from the book of James, Pastor Mark preaches on faith in the midst of trials including finding joy, wisdom, and ultimately God in the middle of your trials.
Spiritual Gifts #4 - Discovering Your Spiritual Gift: Sign Gifts
In this finale to the spiritual gifts series, Pastor Mark teaches on most likely the most controversial set of gifts - sign gifts - including gifts such as prophecy, speaking in tongues, healing, and miracles.
Spiritual Gifts #3 - Discovering Your Spiritual Gift: Speaking Gifts
In this sermon, Pastor Mark expands upon speaking gifts like apostles, teaching, evangelism, shepherding/care, encouragement, leadership, wisdom, and knowledge.
Spiritual Gifts #2 - Discovering Your Spiritual Gift: Serving Gifts
In this sermon from Pastor Mark, he expands upon gifts of service like mercy, hospitality, discernment, helps/service, administration, giving, and faith.
Spiritual Gifts #1 - Finding Your Position on Team Jesus
In this sermon, Pastor Mark kicks off a short sermon series to help people determine their spiritual gifts and how God has uniquely designed them to serve His Kingdom. In this sermon, he talks about the Holy Spirit-filled ministry of Jesus as well as the differences between getting a gift vs using a gift, what God creates vs what Satan counterfeits, the physical body vs the church body, Christian ministry vs Christian maturity, and public vs private worship.