Sermon: Mark 13, Part 1
Mark 13 is one of the most difficult chapters in the Bible to understand. At the heart of Jesus' teaching on the Mount of Olives is the coming of the Kingdom of God and the correcting of right and wrong expectations. We will look at this challenging, but helpful chapter over the course of two weeks.
Last week's order of worship: Bulletin_2017.02.19.pdf
Foundations for Kids
All of our kids classes study the same topic, at an age appropriate level, each week.
This week we will be finishing up a section on Israel in Exile so we will be looking at the prophet Malachi and his writings. We’ve spent the last few weeks in Ezra, Nehemiah and Esther and we’ve seen Israel get conquered by Babylon who was then conquered by Persia. Throughout the change in leadership and Israel being driven from the land God has proven himself time and time again to be faithful to his promises - that he would preserve them and one day draw them back to make them his own, unlike ever before (Deut. 30). Currently many Israelites have returned to the land, rebuilt the temple, and they are waiting for that time when God will restore them like he formerly promised… but nothing seems to be happening. This sets the stage for Malachi.
Time and Location
10:30 - 11:00 Foundations for Kids Classes
11:00 - 12:30 Worship for All Ages
1934 30th Street, San Diego (Polish American Association Hall)