Sermons in the Series

The Urgency of the Good News: The Gospel of Mark

September 6, 2015 – October 16, 2016
The shortest among the Gospel books in the New Testament, Mark conveys a sense of urgency about the good news of Jesus Christ: Time is short, life is precious, and God’s grace is ever real. Don’t wait! Commit yourself to the saving grace of Jesus Christ! It challenges our complacency and awakens our eternal hope.

Thy Kingdom Come, Thy Will Be Done

August 7, 2016 • Rev. James Hsiao • Mark 13:28-37
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A Beautiful Thing

August 14, 2016 • Elder Robin Chen • Mark 14:1-11
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Competency and Vulnerability

August 28, 2016 • Rev. James Hsiao • Mark 14:12-25
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“Don’t just do something! Stand there.”

September 4, 2016 • Rev. James Hsiao • Mark 14:26-52
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Two Approaches to Salvation

September 11, 2016 • Rev. Wilson Chang • Mark 14:53-72
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A Stark Personal Exchange

September 18, 2016 • Rev. Wilson Chang • Mark 15:1-15
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When David’s Lord Becomes David’s Son

September 25, 2016 • Rev. Wilson Chang • Mark 15:16-32
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The Torn Veil

October 2, 2016 • Elder Robin Chen • Mark 15:33-47
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Gift and Crisis

October 9, 2016 • Rev James Hsiao • Mark 16:1-8
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The Countenance of the King

October 16, 2016 • Rev James Hsiao • Mark 16:9-16
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