Lectio: Mark

Faith Not Fear

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Is the Gospel of Mark only a “condensed” version of the life of Christ? What does it have to offer us that the Gospels of Matthew, Luke, and John do not? Join Dr. Tim Gray in this powerful fourteen-part series to discover the Gospel of Mark like never before. Immerse yourself in this action-packed Gospel that offers Saint Peter’s account of Christ’s life and teaching.

Delve deep into the theme of the “way” and true discipleship and see how Jesus reveals his identity in authoritative action and word. Consider more deeply Jesus’s teaching on the Temple and walk with Jesus to Gethsemane and the Way of the Cross as Mark describes it. Open yourself to profound reflection on the shortest of the four gospels. Combining the insights of Dr. Tim Gray with the masterful artistry of the Augustine Institute, this Lectio series uses the Church’s rich tradition of lectio divina to help you better understand and better pray with the Gospel of Mark.

In fourteen sessions on four DVDs, Dr. Tim Gray combines insight and practical guidance using the lectio divinadisciplines to make the Scriptures come alive in Lectio Mark: Faith Not Fear.

Episode Listing:

Session 1 - Saint Mark the Evangelist - 29 mins
Session 2 - Prepare the Way of the Lord - 28 mins
Session 3 - Come Follow Behind Me - 29 mins
Session 4 - Feasting and Fasting - 29 mins
Session 5 - Binding the Strong Man - 29 mins
Session 6 - The Parable of the Sower - 29 mins
Session 7 - Faith Not Fear - 29 mins
Session 8 - The Mystery of the Bread - 29 mins
Session 9 - The Way of Discipleship - 29 mins
Session 10 - Jesus and the Temple - 29 mins
Session 11 - Signs of the End - 28 mins
Session 12 - The Servant of the Lord - 27 mins
Session 13 - Jesus’s Suffering, Death, and Resurrection - 29 mins
Session 14 - Questions and Answers - 30 mins

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