Paul had special relationships in the book of Acts. This week we look at a few of them and see what we can learn from them.
Life seems to always be in a stage of conflict. This week we take a look at the Jerusalem Council and see how we can make sure that we are doing our part to bringing peace on earth.
When traditions become more important than people being led to Christ, we have a problem. In today’s scripture the Jewish Christians have to be willing to change some of their ideas of what is important.
We all like a redemption story and this week we have the mother of all redemption stories. Saul has been nothing but bad so far in the story of the early Church. How could God possibly take someone who has been fighting against Him and use him? This week we talk about just that.
We all have different opinions about things. Everything from food preference to political beliefs. Sometimes we let these things tear us apart. With all of those things making gaps between us, it’s important to remember that the Gospel of Jesus can bridge any gap and help us come together.
Sometimes the world can be a scary place. There seems to be trouble around every corner, but often the things we should be most worried about come from within. This week we talk about the importance of knowing where the real threats come from.
Peter and John heal a man and because of that they are able to share the Gospel with the people around them. How are our actions influencing our witness? This week we talk about the importance of caring for people with our actions and how it can lead to people actually listening to what we have to say.
We have all felt alone at least once in our lives. It can be a hard thing to go through but God doesn’t want us to live that way. He has called us to go through life together. This week we look at Acts 1-2 and are reminded that if we live our lives in the Church, we should never have to live them alone.
This week we look at how the pivot point of Jesus’ resurrection should change the way we look at the world and how we act in it. Moving forward we will see how the people closest to Jesus, the Disciples, were changed and how they changed the world in the book of Acts.
What is the church? How did it start? And what is so important about the Bible? This week we explore why God went with the church concept and what that means for you and I. Also, we take a look at how the Bible came to be.