UNEXPECTED

When we read the stories in the Bible we often fail to recognize just how strange some of them are. We would never use those people, or that situation, or that approach, but God does and will again.

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Persecution and the Gospel

The book of Acts opens with the truly amazing account of the exciting expansion of the New Testament Church. However in Chapter five the story begins to change in a way that quickly captures the readers attention. In the beginning the Church enjoyed a session of favor and acceptance, then persecution began to break out that scattered the Church and cost the lives of many.

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UNRAVELED

We all have searching questions. What is the church? What is our purpose? What is our source of truth? How are we to relate to each other? To the world? To God? Answers to those questions are found in the stories that make up the book of Acts.

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The Church is Born

There was a time when this world found itself as confused as a world without time. Although we may take it for granted today the Church brought a positive change to the world that revolutionized human existence, not just in that ancient world but it’s influence still changes lives today.

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Act 2 The Good News!

In spite of the fact that God’s forgiveness is our greatest need, it’s rare to have someone ask me, with desperation in there voice, “what can I do to be forgiven” It is not the burning question in most people’s minds, but it should be.

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Act 1: The Holy Spirit!

” It has been said that without the Spirit of God, we can do nothing. We are as ships without the wind, branches without sap, and like coals without fire, we are useless.”

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In The Beginning…

We often think of missionaies as Godly people who sail to some far-off, uncivilized land not returning for several years. Being a missionary was the ultimate calling nothing could be…

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To Thrive As Exiles We Need Wisdom

Our life can end up having a big impact when the sum of our choices is added together. It is important that we seek God’s wisdom for every decision we make, regardless of how small it seems to us. When we add to our wisdom and understanding, it too grows larger and stronger possibly changing not only the course of our life, but the lives of others as well!

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