In today’s message, we examine the consequences of Spiritual Fatherlessness.Read More
Part 2 of “The Model Church” further explores the qualities of the church of Antioch. What made them such a fruitful church? How can we as a church and ministry owning our faith and development the same way they did?Read More
Acts 11 introduces us to the model New Testament church. We begin a study of the Church of Antioch, a church the broke from cultural Christianity for the sake of the gospel. In Acts 11 we investigate the character of the Antioch leaders, their purposes in ministry and how God used this church to start the first true missions movement.Read More
As we conclude our study of Peter and Cornelius, we discover several more principles dealing with the character of a gospel messenger. We also gain some key doctrinal insight on how God presents salvation moving forward in scripture.Read More
Peter has come to Cornelius and a crowd of Greeks who are anxiously awaiting a spiritual word. Peter shares the heart of God concerning humanity and presents the gospel in a powerful way. In this passage we learn many different principles as well as celebrate the simplicity of the gospel message.Read More
Todays message revisits Peter's vision but discusses it in terms of hearing from God. When God speaks, how do we know we are hearing from God and not some other source, such as our emotions or personal will? How are our perplexities and doubts converted into faithful and purposed obedience?
New Fields, New Fears - Acts 10:7-22
Every Christian who has ever been called to "more", called to go deep in their walk, has struggled with doubt. The Apostle Peter had them too and he didn't know what to do with them until he allowed God's simple words change his heart and mind. Acts 10 teaches us how to hear God call us out of our fear in order to see his will from his perspective.Read More
In this sermon we are introduced to the mighty and meek Roman Centurion Cornelius. From all external and internal appearances he was a man who had everything, that is besides the one thing that would make him complete - - - to know Jesus Christ. God sends Peter in response to Cornelius's prayers; who or what has God put in your life to draw you to him? Will you resist or receive his answer to your prayers?Read More
This weeks message provides us insight not just into the Apostle Peter’s ministry strategy, but also into his heart and mind. He was a man who was motivated by God’s word and will over his life and it formed a ministry pattern that we are still in wonder of today. What was his focus? What was his heart?Read More
Last week we learned about Saul, the persecutor of the church who met Christ and became the Apostle Paul. This week we take a look at the earliest days of his ministry and how God used his testimony to subside the concerns of the early church who knew him as a dangerous individual. His example shows us how a testimony of faithfulness proves to everyone around us that God's love is alive in us.Read More
This week we are introduced to Saul, soon to become the Apostle Paul. Prior to his conversion he had passions, purposes and a plans that ran counter to God's. When he met God all of that changed and he became the premier ensample for the NT believer. This study gives and object lesson on how to properly hear and respond to the voice of God.Read More
This week we looked at the foundational love of God through the story of Lazarus. In the midst of great trial, God’s timing can be misunderstood, but through the lens of God’s unfailing love we can view it properly.Read More
Today we look at the work of Philip the Evangelist and consider "what made him an effective minister?". What were the principles that guided him in soul-winning? What are the character qualities that we need to be more prepared for the work of preaching the gospel?Read More
A continuation on our story of Simon the Sorcerer who believed he could place of financial value on divine things. This passage teaches us a lot about our sinful temptation to look for personal gain in our spiritual lives. We also conduct an overview of the changes in the reception of the Holy Spirit in Acts.Read More
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