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We recently started a new dinner tradition with our children, where they take turns reading a section of Scripture they have chosen and lead our family in a discussion. One night while doing this together, it dawned on me that I could do something similar and have a daily Bible discussion with you as well. I am calling it, “It’s All About Jesus! Daily Devotionals with Mark Driscoll. Please join me daily by signing up at markdriscoll.org/devotions.
The content for this e-book was originally published as chapters 8-9 in the book Doctrine: What Christians Should Believe written by Mark Driscoll and Gerry Breshears.
At the Trinity Church, Pastor Mark Driscoll teaches from the book of Ruth, this week is entitled, “Necessary Endings & New Beginnings.” Ruth 1:1-22
In our culture today, there are three marriage killers: casual dating, cohabitation, and contractual thinking. In this sermon, those errors are corrected with the biblical concept of covenant. What does it mean to have a covenant relationship with God? What does it mean to have a covenantal relationship with other people, especially a spouse? This […]
The God of the Bible (Father, Son, Spirit) is a community of friends who made us to have a friendship with them and one another. How can we pick a good friend? How can we be a good friend? And, how can we be friends with our spouse. All of these issues and more are […]
Relationships are the most wonderful and awful, pleasant and painful part of life. In this sermon, Pastor Mark examines three kinds of people—evil, foolish, and wise. Which kind of person are you? Which kind of people are you in relationship with? How can you become a safe and wise person who has healthy, live-giving relationships […]
Forgiveness is crucial, essential, and irreplaceable to the entirety of the Christian faith. Unless we are forgiven by God through Jesus Christ, we have no joyful relationship with God in this life or the eternal life to come. Unless we are forgiven by others and forgive those with whom we journey in this life, we […]
There is a powerful lie in our culture about marriage – that Christians and non-Christians have the same rates of marital happiness, adultery, and divorce. This powerful lie keeps non-Christians from coming to church to get help for their family. And, this powerful lie also keeps Christians discouraged and feeling like hypocrites. But, this lie […]
This week we examine the woman at the well as a case study in relationships. Through her example, we learn that until we have a healthy relationship with Jesus Christ, we are relationally unhealthy. Therefore, our relationship with Jesus Christ through which we experience the transforming power of the Holy Spirit to heal our hurts […]