"All Scripture is God-breathed and is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness, so that the man of God may be thoroughly equipped for every good work."

-2 Timothy 3:16,17


The Gospel of St. Mark

Sundays     9:00-9:45 AM

Beginning January 13, Nain member, Rev. Dr. Wade Johnston will lead a Sunday morning Bible study on the Gospel of St. Mark.  All are welcome to attend.

Wade is the author of “A Path Strewn with Sinners: A Devotional Study of Mark’s Gospel & His Race to the Cross.” 

A little bit about the book, from the author: “Mark doesn’t waste words in his Gospel. His Jesus, the Jesus, is a man on a mission, determined, racing. Mark doesn’t waste words, but his words pack a punch and his brief descriptions beg for deep reflection. Like a passenger in a car driving quickly, we can easily miss the details of the landscape if we don’t pay careful attention. Mark sets us on a race, but it’s important to stop along the way.

A Path Strewn with Sinners sets us on Jesus’ race to the cross, but it also insists we take time to ponder, to notice what Mark notes, and what he doesn’t. A master storyteller, Mark leaves room for us to ask questions of the text while at the same time giving us enough information to make that profitable. In so doing, He introduces us to Jesus in a most useful and unique way and makes our race well worth the effort, as A Path Strewn with Sinners shows.”

Jesus' "I Am" Statements

Tuesdays     7:00-8:00 PM

Beginning January 15, Nain member, Pastor Berg will lead a study on Jesus' "I Am" statements from the Gospel of St. John.  All are welcome to attend.