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Church as Family and Family as Church – Acts 2:36-47

It is deeply profound that believers are eternally brothers and sisters in Christ. We are family forever. All believers must seek and continually deve... Read More

A People Prayerfully Proclaiming

What should the church look like if it’s being faithful to the mission Jesus provided? We should see a people devoted to the Word, a people united a... Read More

It is More Blessed to Give than to Receive

Paul gives his final message to the Elders of the Ephesian church. The core of his message is that it is more blessed to give than to receive. We will... Read More

Lessons from a 1st Century House Church

This passage gives us a glimpse of God’s greatness and some fresh motivation to stay on mission. We will discover four specific applications for... Read More

Disturbed by the Way?

In this fascinating chapter – A businessman, a missionary and a government official each have and encounter with the gospel. Their relation to t... Read More

Word and Power

The Lord directly engages with creation through His Word and His power. As followers of Christ, we are to join God in His work by faithfully submittin... Read More

We Are All On First String

Jesus is building his church (called out people) and Acts records the early days of his building. We will discover three applications for us as His pe... Read More

“For I am with You”

Examining Paul’s ministry in Corinth, his message, and the response. ... Read More

Unfurling the “Unknown God”: Gospel Work in Athens

God didn’t have to, but He chose to reveal Himself in Creation, in the Bible, and in His Son. Revelation requires a response. In Acts 17:16-34, ... Read More

Good News of Death and Life

The Church stewards the best, most critical news. Yet, functionally we sometimes act like the gospel is old news. The Church in Acts 17 is devoted to ... Read More

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