Jesus, Broken And Poured Out For Us

Reflections On Mark 14:12-26 #ChallengeTheNorm

Yesterday I preached, “Jesus, Broken And Poured Out For Us,” from Mark 14:12-26 at Restoration Church. I hope it’s a blessing to you, especially if you’re struggling with challenges in your life and uncertain where Jesus is in the midst of it all. HERE is the audio.

Jesus, Broken and Poured Out For Us

Unfortunately I forgot to set my phone to airplane mode and got a call 20 minutes in, which stopped the recording! Yikes! So I’m pasting my full sermon manuscript below.

I’d love to hear from you, comment below or send me a message.


Behavioral scientists have discovered that we usually see things that we are prepared to see. It’s a network of nerve cells called the “Reticular Activating System,” which is KINDA LIKE a BRAIN FILTER. There are millions of data points floating in our brain at any one point. This BRAIN FILTER” signals what’s IMPORTANT!

Your Impossible Is God’s Possible!

Reflections On Mark 10:17-31 #ChallengeTheNorm

I’ve always been intrigued by things that seem IMPOSSIBLE, like sneezing with your eyes open, eating just one potato chip (especially Doritos), or a Washington D.C. Sports team winning in the 21st century! (come on Wizards and NATS, this is the year!)

Your Impossible is His Possibile

Have you ever felt like you were in an IMPOSSIBLE situation?

  • Parents, ever feel like making it through the day is IMPOSSIBLE!
  • Maybe you’re in a relationship that feels IMPOSSIBLE to reconcile!
  • Or like me, your bills are piled up and it feels IMPOSSIBLE to get ahead!
  • Or like many, you’re struggling with the same vice, addiction, or bad habit that seems IMPOSSIBLE to get rid of!

Let me encourage you… God loves to turn OUR impossibilities into HIS possibilities.

Yesterday I preached from Mark 10 at Restoration Church, our new church plant in Gaithersburg, MD. HERE is the audio, I hope it’s a blessing to you, especially if you’re facing what feels like an IMPOSSIBLE situation!

Below are my sermon notes. I’d love to hear from you, comment below or send me a message.