Ancient Corinth was considered one of the most beautiful cities of the Greco-Roman world. It was a wealthy, thriving, port city at the time the Apostle Paul established the church there. But it was steeped in paganism and immorality. Paul taught many valuable lessons to the members of the Church at Corinth. This sermon considers seven vital lessons from Corinth that still apply to God’s people today as we all strive to become spiritually unleavened.
Mark graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree, Theology major, from Ambassador College, Pasadena, CA in 1978. He married Barbara Lemke in October of 1978 and they have two grown children, Jaime and Matthew. Mark was ordained in 1985 and hired into the full-time ministry in 1989. Mark is the coordinator for United’s Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Services and his wife, Barbara, is an interpreter for the Deaf.