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
Nehemiah #3 - How can we make the boring parts of life meaningful?
In Nehemiah 3, Pastor Mark shows that ordinary days are crucial to allow for extraordinary days. In what seems to just be a long list of people, he also preaches on principles for leaders and all people and finishes with the good news that Jesus has another list that those who have relationship with Him will be on forever.
Nehemiah #2 - How can you find God's will with prayer and planning?
In Nehemiah 2, Nehemiah audaciously approaches the king with his plan, after much planning and prayer, recognizing that he ultimately answers to the King of Kings. Pastor Mark points out several key facts from this chapter, including the fact that vision requires provision, your confidence comes from your calling, and that, to lead others, you must follow the Lord.
Nehemiah #1 - How Are Political & Social Wars Really Worship Wars?
In this sermon from Nehemiah 1, Pastor Mark introduces the story of Nehemiah, who was instrumental in the rebuilding of the Temple before one of the biggest revivals in Church history took place.
Happy 6th Birthday Trinity Church!
In this sermon, Pastor Mark celebrates Trinity Church's 6th birthday, recounting how God has been faithful to the church family for the past 6 years, and to his family for many years before that.
Genesis #32 - Why Are Some Families Blessed and Others Cursed?
In the final sermon of the Genesis series (ch 35-36), Pastor Mark compares and contrasts Jacob and Esau's generational family lines and we see the deaths of Jacob beloved wife, Rachel, and his father, Isaac.
Genesis #31 - What Hope Does God Give to Assault Victims?
In one of the toughest and most heart-wrenching stories in the book of Genesis, Pastor Mark preaches from chapter 34 on the defilement of Jacob's daughter, Dinah. As her dad did nothing to stop his daughter from being taken advantage of, Pastor Mark preaches on the importance of strong men and fathers in protecting their wives and children.
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.
It's a very spiritual show straight from the Bible which wis really needed today in our world.
There are too many messages today in churches that are just kind of boring and, do not inspire the
Holy Spirit of the Lord. I enjoy the old fashioned
preaching I grew up with in the church I grew up in.
Thank you for doing the messages that please God and please seeker servers, that just want to feel good !!
Thank you for your continued faith to God dedication to God and love for God! I have used your sermons to talk with co-workers that are struggling with day to day life.
Thank you!!! Die with your boots on!