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. Learn more.

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1 Corinthians: Good News for Bad Christians

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Once Paul founded the church at Corinth he left to pursue other ministry opportunities in Ephesus. Although the church was likely small, perhaps only fifty people, it quickly turned into a crisis as supposed Christians sprinted into heresy and moral sin. Some church members were so distressed that they visited Paul to notify him of the mess and seek his counsel.

1 Corinthians: Good News for Bad Christians

Boasting About Jesus

Paul teaches that the message of the Cross is foolishness and nonsense to all but Christians. Unfortunately many Christians, like the church in Corinth, become proud of their intellect, power, and wealth rather than boasting in the ‘foolishness’ of the Cross.

1 Corinthians: Good News for Bad Christians

Preaching Jesus

Unity among God’s people in the church is an expected byproduct of Jesus’ work on the Cross. The Corinthian church, however, was divided amongst themselves by arrogant and immature prejudices, forgetting that their church should be about Jesus and not their personal preferences.

Recent Updates

Who was Saint Valentine?

VALENTINE’S DAY Mark Driscoll Valentine’s Day is often loved by women and loathed by men, who drop their cash on flowers, jewelry, candy, and cards. Perhaps comic Jay Leno expressed the male dilemma about Valentine’s Day best in one of his monologues: “Today is Valentine’s Day—or, as men like to call it, Extortion Day!” Conversely, […]


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Meaningless Life?: Part 18: Fear God: Ecclesiastes 12:9 -14

Meaningless Life? [Part 18] Fear God: Ecclesiastes 12:9 – 14 (Click Here for Audio) As the old adage goes, you save the best for last. This is why at a concert the biggest hit is the song that closes the show and dessert is saved for the end of a meal. The same is true in Ecclesiastes. […]