Who do you say I am?


March 04, 2018

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"Who do YOU say that I am?" Jesus put it right out there to his disciples. The question felt personal to Peter, and his response ultimately called him into a new identity and destiny he could've never imagined. Join us in worship this weekend as we press through The Book of Mark and Jesus' powerful question to us all...

"Who do you say I am?" 

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Today's Focus

Questions for the Modern Day Skeptic

Mark 8:27-32
“Who do you say I am?”

      The Stairwell Chronicles



      It’s Personal



      It’s Pervasive




The Life-Light was the real thing: Every person entering Life he brings into Light.
He was in the world, the world was there through him, and yet the world didn’t even
notice. He came to his own people, but they didn’t want him.

But whoever did want him, who believed he was who he claimed and would do
what he said, He made to be their true selves, their child-of-God selves.”
-John 1:9-13


See this week’s REFOCUS questions for deeper reflection.


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“Who do YOU say that I am?” Jesus put it right out there to his disciples. The question felt personal to Peter, and his response ultimately called him into a new identity and destiny he could’ve never imagined.

“Who do you say I am?”

THE BOOK OF MARK - questions for the modern day skeptic

As you read each day’s scriptures, think about these questions:

  • What did Jesus do and say?
  • What did the disciples/people do and say?
  • In light of these, what is God inviting me to do and say?

MONDAY: Mark 8:22-9:1

TUESDAY: Mark 9:2-12

WEDNESDAY: Mark 9:13-32

THURSDAY: Mark 9:33-50

FRIDAY: Mark 10:1-31

SATURDAY: Mark 10:32-52

SUNDAY: Today we encourage you to talk over what God has revealed to you this week through your Lenten journal and worship with a friend, spouse or life group.

Download the 2018 Lenten Journal by clicking here.

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Mark 8:27-32

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