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Pastor Mark Driscoll 2h
Watch this Sunday's sermon from Pastor Mark on Proverbs, LIVE on Facebook, YouTube, the MDM Website or the app. Tune in at 9:15AM and 11:15AM (MST).
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Pastor Mark Driscoll 9h
In the early years of our marriage, Grace and I kept getting stuck in the same cul de sac, driving round and round going nowhere. I had to learn, and likely we all need to learn, God’s principles of reality, repentance, and reward.
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Pastor Mark Driscoll 24h
Baptism and Communion are visible presentations of the gospel performed regularly by the church. Churches in every age and culture perform these special ceremonies to celebrate the transforming reality of the gospel.
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Pastor Mark Driscoll Aug 22
"Be strong and courageous. Do not fear or be in dread of them, for it is the LORD your God who goes with you. He will not leave you or forsake you." -Deuteronomy 31:6
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Pastor Mark Driscoll Aug 22
Some years ago, I was asked by some friends to speak at their 40th wedding anniversary and vow renewal. As I prayed and prepared, I decided to speak on four things that I have seen sustain all great marriages.
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Pastor Mark Driscoll Aug 21
"God doesn’t just want you to be smart, He wants you to be wise. Smart people get good grades, wise people live good lives." - Pastor Mark
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Pastor Mark Driscoll Aug 21
The Spirit that empowered Jesus also lives in you! God wants us not only to admire the life of Jesus and reflect it in our lives but also to experience the same source of life-giving power that Jesus did.
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Pastor Mark Driscoll Aug 21
According to Proverbs, it is possible for a child to be as proud of their parents as grandparents are proud of their grandchildren. This does not happen automatically, or quickly.
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Pastor Mark Driscoll Aug 20
No matter how hard we work to prevent it, avoid it, and deny it, we all suffer. Why do we suffer? How should we see our suffering? How can we use our suffering?
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Pastor Mark Driscoll Aug 20
Tomorrow night, August 21, from 6:30-8:30 pm at , Pastor Mark finishes the Doctrine series as he teaches on Kingdom and Worship. Don't miss out on the final, exclusive studio class of our 6-class summer series (free childcare provided).
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Pastor Mark Driscoll Aug 20
If you have a teenager who tells you they’re dating someone, as a Christian parent, how do you handle that and parent them through a new life stage?
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Pastor Mark Driscoll Aug 20
What’s ur favorite Scripture? Someone carved mine for my office 👍
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Pastor Mark Driscoll Aug 20
No one plants a seed in the morning and eats the fruit in the evening. Parenting is a lot like gardening, and what we sow today will be reached in a future season.
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Pastor Mark Driscoll Aug 19
With over 700 Scripture references, Pastor Mark & Grace's new book "Win Your War" breaks into 4 sections: Your Relationship with God, Self, Others, and Church. Preorder now: .
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Pastor Mark Driscoll Aug 19
“He who finds a wife finds what is good and receives favor from the Lord.” – Proverbs 18:22
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Pastor Mark Driscoll Aug 19
Do you want to have a great marriage that lasts? In this sermon based in the book of Proverbs, Pastor Mark gives four keys – faith, forgiveness, friendship, and fun – to have a great, Christ-centered marriage that you can enjoy for a lifetime.
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Pastor Mark Driscoll Aug 19
Replying to @kingtruthdagoat
Praying for your interview to go well and that you'll get the job! -MDM team
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Pastor Mark Driscoll Aug 19
Over the years, I have taken literally a hundred thousand photos and videos of life with our five kids. Once in a while, I pull them so that we can all remember the fun we’ve had and memories we’ve made.
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Pastor Mark Driscoll Aug 18
Freedom! Perhaps no word evokes more positive emotion in the typical person than the word “freedom”. But, are we truly free? Free from what? Free to what?: .
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Pastor Mark Driscoll Aug 18
“The fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge, but fools despise wisdom and instruction.” – Proverbs 1:7
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