Should Christians Keep the Sabbath?

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What does it mean to keep the Sabbath? Should Christians keep the Sabbath? And if so, why?

This week, Pastor Mark answers a question from one of the readers of MarkDriscoll.org who sent in a new question – all the way from Mexico! For more information and resources, check out Pastor Mark’s recommended reading on the Sabbath. 

Check out the video, and send your questions to hello@markdriscoll.org.

emailheaderAt The Trinity Church in Scottsdale, Pastor Mark Driscoll recently taught a Bible study series to the core launch team entitled “1 John: The Father Heart of God.” Recorded in black and white as the church plant was in its infancy, this intimate 13-week Bible study will begin being made available for free on August 1.  Along with the teaching series, we’ll be releasing several additional free resources on August 1 at markdriscoll.org to those who sign up for our special new “Leaders List”:

  • 1 John Study Guide – As a companion guide to Pastor Mark’s sermon series, we’ve compiled a 22,000 word study guide with notes, study questions, and group materials.
  • 1 John Research Brief – Many of the partners of Mark Driscoll Ministries are pastors and leaders in need of more in depth teaching resources. To that end, we’ve prepared a 240,000 word research brief through the book of 1 John.

Stay tuned and follow the Mark Driscoll Ministries newsletter for the release of the series.

The Trinity ChurchJoin us on August 7th for the launch of The Trinity Church. We’ll have two services, 9:00am and 10:45 am, and sermons will also be live-streamed at MarkDriscoll.org. Pastor Mark will begin with the first series, on the book of Jonah.

In the meantime, we will be meeting for a Sunday Bible Study every week at our historic church home located just off Freeway 101, Exit #45 at 8620 East McDonald Drive in Scottsdale, Arizona. Once our Launch Team is ready, we will be adding a band, kids ministry, and other Sunday elements as we work toward our eventual public launch.. Join the Trinity Church Launch Team or learn more about how you can donate to The Trinity Church.

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You asked, Pastor Mark answered.

Over the last several months, we’ve been answering the questions sent in from our readers of the Weekly Newsletter. These questions include: