Return to the Word with Mark Fontecchio

Return to the Word with Mark Fontecchio

logo-returntotheword-newStudy the Word of God with Bible Teacher Mark Fontecchio on Return to the Word. Teaching God’s Word and advancing the message of His amazing grace one verse at a time.

About Mark Fontecchio

Mark began in full-time ministry in 1997, and he will be the first to tell you that he gained an in-depth knowledge of the Bible during the many years he served as a full-time pastor. During that time he taught verse by verse through most of the Bible (both the New and Old Testaments). Preparing for those studies became his training ground in the Word of God. Being an avid student of the Word of God, Mark was also able to pursue formal theological training.

Mark is a highly sought after Bible expositor. As his schedule permits, he travels to teach at conferences and churches declaring the uncompromising message of God’s Word. As a gifted communicator, his unique ability to teach the profound but simple message of God’s grace is a refreshing voice on the landscape of the postmodern church. The writing and radio ministry of Return to the Word has ministered to an untold number of souls around the world.

Mark and his wife Angie (along with their three children) live in the beautiful state of Alaska.

Latest Episodes

  • When Death Died (1 Corinthians 15)
    Jesus Christ was victorious over death. One day every believer in Christ will receive a new glorified body like that of our Savior. At the Rapture of the Church our bodies will be changed. We can look …
  • Why Hosea Married Gomer (Ask a Bible Teacher)
    Why did God command Hosea to marry an adulterous wife? It might seem hard to believe that God told Hosea to marry such a woman. Yet, that is exactly what Hosea teaches us. Why? What was the purpose fo …
  • Did You Believe in Vain? (1 Corinthians 15:1-11)
    The resurrection of Jesus Christ is what sets the Christian faith apart from all the other religions of the world. Christ rose from the grave because He is the God of the living, not the dead. The his …
  • Fulfill Your Ministry (Colossians 4:7-18)
    A list of names of people long dead. That’s how many Christians look at Colossians 4, but we shouldn’t be looking at it this way. Instead, what we have is a living history of believers who have gone o …
  • Living a Thankful Life (Ephesians 5:17-21)
    Christians often struggle attempting to discern the will of God for their lives, but the confusion doesn’t need to continue. God has described His perfect will for believers in His Word. He is looking …
  • Hidden with Christ (Colossians 3:1-14)
    The believer’s union with Christ changes everything. But what happens when Christians fail to live out the truth of their identity? Our responsibility is to seek those things from above. When the Lord …
  • The Bride of Christ (Ephesians 5:22-33)
    In a stunning turn of events, the Apostle Paul told the Christians at Ephesus that the Church is the Bride of Christ. But what exactly does this mean for the future of the Church? And how does this im …
  • Did Peter Write Hebrews? (Ask a Bible Teacher)
    It is a subject that has mystified Bible students for hundreds of years. Who was the human author used by God to write the book of Hebrews? Some have suggested Peter. Others believe it was Paul. What …
  • The Word Endures Forever (1 Peter 1:23-2:3)
    Throughout the history of mankind there have been many different attempts to completely destroy and eradicate the Bible from the face of this earth. The Word of God continues to stand. Find out why on …
  • An Unruly Evil (James 3:7-18)
    The greatest servants of God struggled at times with their words. The tongue is full of poison and constantly wants to break out with words that destroy. Does this mean that the tongue cannot be tamed …
  • Set on Fire by Hell (James 3:1-6)
    Our words have the ability to build up our brothers and sisters in Christ and to glorify the Lord. They also have the terrifying ability to bring horrible destruction to the Body of Christ and to dish …
  • Can Faith Save Him? (James 2:14-26)
    Martin Luther referred to James as a straw epistle. Many others have struggled to find the relationship between faith and works within this letter from James. The confusion that surrounds the book of …
  • Is There an Unpardonable Sin? (Ask a Bible Teacher)
    Is there anything a person can do, or is there a sin they can commit, to irrevocably and irreparably condemn them to Hell – such as blasphemy, taking the mark, worshipping the enemy, or selling their …
  • Mercy Triumphs Over Judgment (James 2:8-13)
    The blot of racial bias stains the pages of church history. Prejudice is common. Partiality comes when we least expect it. Partiality even shows up when we show deference towards the wealthy or people …
  • Pure or Impure Faith? (James 1:26-2:7)
    James had reminded the brethren that even in the Christian life there are trials and temptations. But something else had arisen in the ranks of the faithful. Self-deception and hypocrisy had taken roo …