(continued) Part 2 – Baptism, and some ways to speak about it out there, in the culture.



Here’s the 2nd part of Pastor Mark’s class on Baptism, and how to speak with people about religion in a way that hits home for them.

Some very good ideas here. Love to hear your thoughts on what is presented, and if you have some ideas, as well:



Click here > Baptism frees from the self-justification project




Thanks, Pastor Mark.


And thanks to flickr and RYCF, for the photo.














4 Responses

  1. Thanks again for posting these amazing resources. In regards to the recent format change; I am now unable to listen to them on my iPhone. Is it possible to post them in the old format as well, or to provide a link to an apple friendly source? Thanks again.

  2. I’m sorry, Anthony.

    I wasn’t aware of any difference as far as devices that would play them. I will try and post it the old way, as well.

    Glad you are enjoying them.


    I put it up (underneath the other format). I also did the one from the previous post in the old style, as well.

    Please let me know if that helps you out. WordPress recently changed the way that media is uploaded to the blog posts, so I am hoping that it will still let you download to your iPod.

  3. That worked Steve. Thank you very much. Pastor Mark with his rare ability to distinguish law and gospel and to refuse to diminish the good news continues to bless my family and I. I hope to meet you both someday.

    Blessings and peace,

  4. Thank you, Anthony!

    So glad you are enjoying Pastor Mark’s preaching and teaching.

    We’d love to meet you one day, as well. If it doesn’t happen here, then I will request that we be seated next to each other at the great wedding feast in Heaven, at least for a few thousand years.

    God bless you, friend.


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