In its mere 16 chapters, the Gospel of Mark is action packed from the very start. Providing more interpersonal details about the people who were with and around Christ than any of the other Gospels, this book turns culture upside down. While the Roman culture of the day taught people to conquer others into submission, and our culture generally encourages people do whatever makes them happy regardless of the cost to others, one man lived a completely different example. This Gospel portrays a boots-on-the-ground account of Jesus Christ, who came not to be served, but to serve (Mark 10:45).
Learn more about this series and find additional resources on the Mark: Follow the Servant sermon series page.