Sep 19, 2021
At the Aereopagus: Acts 17:16-34
September 19, 2021: Today, for the first time, we see Paul engage those outside the religious community. Observing the images that people are worshipping, Paul feels compelled to tell them about Jesus. Does our observance of the lostness around us lead us to tell them about Jesus?
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  • Sep 19, 2021At the Aereopagus: Acts 17:16-34
    Sep 19, 2021
    At the Aereopagus: Acts 17:16-34
    September 19, 2021: Today, for the first time, we see Paul engage those outside the religious community. Observing the images that people are worshipping, Paul feels compelled to tell them about Jesus. Does our observance of the lostness around us lead us to tell them about Jesus?
  • Sep 12, 2021More Noble: Acts 17:1-15
    Sep 12, 2021
    More Noble: Acts 17:1-15
    September 12, 2021: Today we see two very different reactions to the gospel.
  • Sep 5, 2021Chains Came Loose: Acts 16:25-34
    Sep 5, 2021
    Chains Came Loose: Acts 16:25-34
    Today we learn from the attitude of Paul and Silas as they suffer in the Philippian jail.
  • Aug 29, 2021“Real Christians”: Acts 15:1-35
    Aug 29, 2021
    “Real Christians”: Acts 15:1-35
    Today we discuss how we should relate to our fellow Christians.
  • Aug 8, 2021Since You Reject It: Acts 13:42-52
    Aug 8, 2021
    Since You Reject It: Acts 13:42-52
    August 8, 2021: In Chapter 13 of Acts, our attention is turned to Paul on his first missionary journey. After what seems like a good start, Paul and Barnabas encounter opposition. Many people reject Christ rather than allow Him to change their lives.
  • Aug 1, 2021Escape From Antonia: Acts 12:1-25
    Aug 1, 2021
    Escape From Antonia: Acts 12:1-25
    August 1, 2021: (Acts 12:1-25) Can you trust God’s plan? What if He doesn’t rescue you from the situation you’re in? What if He doesn’t answer your prayers the way you expect? Today, we see Peter trust God completely and learn that we must do the same.
  • Jul 25, 2021The Gentile Pentecost: Acts 10:1-48
    Jul 25, 2021
    The Gentile Pentecost: Acts 10:1-48
    July 25, 2021: Continuing through Acts, we return to Peter. He has made his way to Joppa, where he sees a strange vision, then a command to go share the gospel with a centurion in Caesarea. Here, Peter is forced to deal with his prejudices and assumptions about who will be welcomed into the family of God.
  • Jul 18, 2021Blinded By the Light: Acts 9:1-31
    Jul 18, 2021
    Blinded By the Light: Acts 9:1-31
    July 18, 2021: Saul was as religious as he could be. In fact, he was so enthusiastic about his religion that he was willing to jail and kill disciples of Christ. That is, until he found himself confronted with the resurrected Lord. When confronted with the truth, Saul repented and became one of the most outspoken men in history for the cause of Christ. Today, we see what happened after Paul was “Blinded By the Light.”
  • Jul 11, 2021Get Up and Go: Acts 8:26-40
    Jul 11, 2021
    Get Up and Go: Acts 8:26-40
    July 11, 2021: As we continue through Acts, we see God move Philip away from a successful ministry in Samaria. God commands Philip to go to a deserted place in order for him to reach one specific person. We see God’s hand in preparing Philip and the Ethiopian official for this encounter. Philip can easily testify because he knows the scripture and has witnessed the power of God. The Ethiopian, who would normally be excluded from temple worship, gladly receives the good news. Many likely came to Christ as the result of this encounter. What encounter is God preparing us for?
  • Jul 4, 2021Those Who Were Scattered: Acts 8:1-25
    Jul 4, 2021
    Those Who Were Scattered: Acts 8:1-25
    In continuing through Acts, we see that persecution forces the church out of Jerusalem. As the result, many people will come to know Christ, including the people of Samaria.