As we close our look at the book of Acts for this year, we will examine King Herod Agrippa as an example of what not to do.
The gospel is spreading to lands outside of Israel. As Luke draws this section to a close we will look at some reasons to hope when all seems lost.
Peter travels to Cornelius’ house following a vision from the Lord. From watching how they navigate a very awkward moment, we can learn to better navigate the awkward moments in our relationships with others.
In this week’s passage, through the Spirit’s movement and Philip’s ministry, the ripples of the gospel continue to spread past the periphery of Judaism. In the narrative of the Ethiopian eunuch, we see the Gospel breaking down barriers between him (and us) and God.
In today’s message, we see the ripple effect of the gospel leaving the area of Jerusalem. We also get another lesson in greed, through the encounter between Philip and Simon.
In this passage, an internal conflict strikes the forming church. It’s a growing pain. The church is beginning to cross cultural lines. Because God is sovereign, He can and does use crisis for the benefit of His people. As a result of the response of faith, the church grows, not just in number but in depth, making it ready to spread past Jerusalem proper.
What is Greater Than Stuff? Find out more by watching this week’s sermon.
What are three things that dispel ignorance? Find out more as Pastor Wayne continues in the book of Acts.
In this continuation of the Book of Acts, Pastor Wayne Clark covers the tale of Peter and John’s encounter with a man outside the temple gate. He also provides some background on St. Patrick.
Do you know what Peter’s first sermon was about? Click to watch as Pastor Wayne continues in the book of Acts.