The Gospel of Mark in 100 Days

We will kick off the New Year with a new reading plan.  Starting January 1, 2023 join us as we read through the Gospel of Mark for 100 days.  In addition to this, we're encouraging you to also read a chapter of Proverbs daily.  Use the button below to start this plan. Want a daily reminder? Text MARK to 96123 to subscribe.


Video Overview

The Gospel of Mark introduces Jesus as a leader who suffers to save his people, leaving the reader to decide if Jesus is the promised Messiah.  Take a look at this brief, video overview to gain a better understanding of what we'll be studying together.

Kids' Reading Plan

We've created a simplified Bible reading plan for kids.  Download it here, or you can pick up a folder upstairs in the Children's building on Sundays.


How to Study Your Bible

Most people believe that personal Bible study is critical for spiritual growth.  Many, however, don't know how to get started and may feel overwhelmed by the thought.  As a result, they decide to listen to someone else explain God's Word rather than study it themselves and miss out on the incredible blessing of hearing God speak directly to them through the Bible.

The good news is that we've created a resource to help guide you through the process of studying your Bible!  Use the button below to download a free copy of our study guide, and you'll be well on your way to a better, more fulfilled life as learn and grow through God's Word!



A disciple is someone who lives and loves like Jesus.  Our hope is to see each believer in our church body be a disciple-maker.  That is someone who is teaching and holding others accountable to hear what God is saying, obeying what he says, and sharing what he says with others.

The Bible points us to this multiplication-mindset (Matt. 28:18-20, Mark 1:17, 2 Tim. 2:2) all throughout its story and our goal is to see the Word of God as the central piece and spiritual discipline to foster a disciple-making culture here at First McKinney.  We feel that is best done through what we call "D-Groups."