Mark Reading Plan

Take a journey with us as we behold Jesus’ last week in the Gospel of Mark. We desire that you meditate daily on Jesus as he voluntarily became a substitute and sacrifice for the sins of the world. As we intentionally examine Jesus’ last week, we pray that our affections would be stirred to praise and honor the One who left heaven to rescue and redeem a lost and traitor race. Also, we encourage you to bring an unbeliever alongside you to witness the most excellent story ever told! We pray that this journey proves incredibly fruitful as we fix our eyes on the Author and Perfector of our faith. 

Week 1
March 6 – Mark 8:27-30
March 7 – Mark 8:31-3
March 8 – Mark 9:1-8
March 9 – Mark 9:9-13

Week 2
March 11 – Mark 9:14-29
March 12 – Mark 9:30-37
March 13 – Mark 9:38-50
March 14 – Mark 10:1-12
March 15 – Mark 10:13-16
March 16 – Mark 10:17-31

Week 3
March 18 – Mark 10:32-34
March 19 – Mark 10:35-45
March 20 – Mark 10:46-52
March 21 – Mark 11:1-10
March 22 – Mark 11:11-19
March 23 – Mark 11:20-26

Week 4
March 25 – Mark 11:27-33
March 26 – Mark 12:1-12
March 27 – Mark 12:13-17
March 28 – Mark 12:19-27
March 29 – Mark 12:28-34
March 30 – Mark 12:35-40

Week 5
April 1 – Mark 12:41-44
April 2 – Mark 13:1-8
April 3 – Mark 13:9-13
April 4 – Mark 13:14-23
April 5 – Mark 13:24-31
April 6 – Mark 13:32-37

Week 6
April 8 – Mark 14:1-9
April 9 – Mark 14:10-21
April 10 – Mark 14:22-31
April 11 – Mark 14:32-42
April 12 – Mark 14:43-52
April 13 – Mark 14:53-65

Week 7
April 15 – Mark 14:66-72
April 16 – Mark 15:1-15
April 17 – Mark 15:16-20
April 18 – Mark 15:21-32
April 19 – Mark 15:33-41
April 20 – Mark 15:42-47

Easter Sunday – Mark 16:1-8