We are in the last two weeks of our readings of the Gospel of Mark. Bishop Russell begins wrapping up all that we have heard and learned throughout the first two "acts" as he calls them - then starts leading us through the third and final part, pointing out intimate examples of faith along the way.
Bishop Russell ask us to "make a few notes about what [Mark] implores of the audience: Keep awake; be vigilant; be wary of false teachers; and trust in God. What else do you hear? How do these chapters resonate in your reality and in our world? If so, how does it call for us to live?"
To view each of Bishop Russell's reflections for the Good Book Club, visit www.diocgc.org/good-book-club.