Easter Sunday 2017

Pastor Mark Driscoll reveals eight life-changing, soul-altering, history-determining truths about Jesus Christ. Find them in Pastor Mark’s Easter Sermon.

When was Jesus really born?

It’s one of the biggest questions in history: Was Jesus of Nazareth actually born on the day we celebrate Christmas, December 25? Or did the nativity take place at another time of year? And if it did, why do we celebrate Christmas when we do?

How did we get our Christmas traditions?

From mistletoe and holly to Santa Claus and reindeer, not every Christmas tradition has its roots in the birth of Christ. So where did some of our favorite holiday customs come from? And more to the point – should Christians take part in them? I explore these questions in this week’s video with historical insight … Read more

Should Christians Celebrate Halloween?

    This week’s question is from a reader with young children: “I’d like to know if Christians should celebrate Halloween? Is this appropriate for someone who is seeking God?” With much of it’s background in witchcraft and the occult, how should Christians interact with a holiday that it widely celebrated in the United States? Should … Read more

Jesus’ Crucifixion and Death

The Gospel of Luke culminates in the most important death of the most important person in the history of the world. Nothing is as important as one thing: that Christ died for our sins according to the Scriptures. Jesus was brutally murdered by us, but it was also for us. He died to forgive, love, serve, seek, save, and adopt us. On the cross he became our substitute, our sin was imputed to him, and he became cursed, which was more difficult to bear than even his physical suffering. Like those who were present on that day, you can respond in passive unbelief, active unbelief, or belief. Trust in Jesus.