Mark A. Driscoll (born October 11, 1970) is an American pastor and author. He is the founder of Mars Hill Church in Seattle, Washington, co-founder of Churches Helping Churches and the Acts 29 Network.
Mar 15, 2016: Relevant: Mark Driscoll’s New Church Kicks Off on Easter Sunday
It’s official: Mark Driscoll will soon be pastoring a new church. This week, the official site of The Trinity Church announced
June 7, 2015: The Guardian: Hillsong church drops controversial US preacher Mark Driscoll from conferences
Brian Houston said on Sunday after “personal interaction” with Driscoll he had decided to rescind his invitation to the events, the Australian version of which is expected to draw 30,000 this month.
Apr 23, 2015: Warren Throckmorton: Sutton Turner and Mark Driscoll on the Impact of Mars Hill Global on World Missions
In a meeting at Mars Hill Shoreline which, according to my source, occurred sometime between April and June of 2012, Sutton Turner and Mark Driscoll responded to a question about what impact Mars Hill Church desired to have in “world missions.” Driscoll directed the question to Turner who described what the church was doing in Mars Hill Global
Apr 2, 2015: Christian Today: Speculation increases about Mark Driscoll's 'comeback'
Mark Driscoll, whose ministry at Mars Hill Church in Seattle spectacularly imploded last year after a string of revelations about his leadership style, has launched a new website and an e-book for Easter.
Mar 12, 2015: Warren Throckmorton: Hillsong Founder Brian Houston Issues Statement On Mark Driscoll at the Hillsong 2015 Conference
This exclusive statement comes from Brian Houston in response to my post last week noting that Mark Driscoll was slated to speak at the conferences. Instead of having a speaking position, he will be interviewed by Houston.
Dec 31, 2014: Christian Post: Former Mars Hill Pastor Mark Driscoll Launches New Website
Mark Driscoll, who resigned as the lead pastor of a Seattle-based megachurch in October due to a controversy surrounding his leadership style, has launched MarkDriscoll.org, which looks similar to the website of Mars Hill Church that is going to dissolve at the start of the new year.
Dec 29, 2014: Christianity Today: Our Best Articles of the Year
Mars Hill meltdown: Lots and lots of voices were raised when Mark Driscoll resigned as pastor of Mars Hill in Seattle. But Ben Tertin talked to key people both inside and outside the church to put the whole thing in perspective. The Painful Lessons of Mars Hill was the year's most-read article, and it offered timeless wisdom on an intensely current theme. A companion piece by John Ortberg on our Parse blog was another well received commentary When a Pastor Resigns Abruptly.