New Testament Study Companion: Mark

A month ago, I shared with you my book: The New Testament Study Companion: Matthew. I’m super happy to announce that the next book is available!!!

New Testament Study Companion: Mark
New Testament Study Companion: Mark

This book takes you chapter by chapter through Mark with questions and exercises/ideas for in-depth study. You can get this book a few different ways.


Free eBook

Click here for the free ePub or eBook.
This format will work for the iPhone, iPad, Nook, and pretty much anything except the Kindle.


Free PDF

Click here for a free downloadable PDF Version.
If you prefer, you can download this pdf and study Mark on your computer



You can get the Kindle version here. (For some reason, the cover is funky. I can’t get it to fix…sorry!)


Print Version

Click here if you are interested in a print version of the book.
You can also choose to have this book printed and sent to you for $5.42. This might be a nice option for people who like to hold things in their hands. It is also most likely less expensive and more durable than printing the eBook yourself.

About the New Testament Study Companion: Mark

This book is designed to help you study the book of Mark. It is like the Scripture study series–in that you will read a block of text, and I have included many questions that will help you to ponder the scriptures you read.

Additionally, each chapter includes several exercises that will help you to find patterns, themes, concepts, scripture chains, cross-refernences, etc. These exercises will help you to study each chapter in-depth. I hope that each time you use this study companion, you will be edified and excited about scripture study.

Okay…so check it out. Let me know what you think. You can also find The Scripture Study Companion for Matthew here. And be on the look out for Luke, and John!


11 thoughts on “New Testament Study Companion: Mark

  1. Rachelle

    Catania, you are so awesome! Thanks for making these available for FREE! I can’t even imagine how much time and effort you put into them, and I just want you to know that I appreciate it!

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