Walk with Jesus through His Passion The two most important events in history took place within the space of three days: Jesus' death and resurrection. Jesus' death broke the power of sin and death. And his resurrection points to new life in this world and eternal life when Christ returns. Join New Testament scholar Kenneth Schenck as he reflects deeply on the final week of Jesus' life, from his final entry into Jerusalem through his resurrection, as it is presented in the Gospel of Mark. Based on the solid scholarship found in Schenck's two books, Jesus The Mission and Jesus Portraits from the Gospels, The Passion of Jesus provides thirty days of in-depth devotions, with five days each focusing on Jesus' entry into Jerusalem, Jesus in debate, Jesus and the Temple, the Last Supper and arrest, the betrayal and crucifixion, and the resurrection. Each devotion will challenge you to engage, examine, and explore another aspect of Jesus' passion and then take it to God in prayer. Kenneth Schenck is academic dean and professor of New Testament and Christian ministry at Wesley Seminary in Marion, Indiana. Dr. Schenck is the author of several books, including God's Plan Fulfilled, Paul Messenger of Grace, Paul Soldier of Peace, and Paul Prisoner of Hope.