"But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you; and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth.”
– Jesus (Acts 1:8)
The book of Acts tracks the explosive start of the early church in response to the gospel – it starts in Jerusalem, ends in Rome, with a vision to going beyond. Here and now, we who have responded to Jesus through the gospel bear witness to his unstoppable work and plan.
29 Mar 2015
Acts 10 | Unstop what's stopping you | Chris
The gospel threatens to stop at a cultural barrier - but God shows Peter that he accepts all who respond to him from every nation, background and culture. What stops you?
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8 Mar 2015
Acts 3:1 - 4:4 | Faith in the name of Jesus... | Chris
An incredible story of a sign, a sermon and a summons. The power of Jesus is shown through the apostles, but is followed by a call of repentance and faith.
1 Mar 2015
Acts 2:1-47 | The Holy Spirit comes at Pentecost | Dave
The Holy Spirit, as promised, is given to the disciples - and they speak about the mighty works of God in many languages. What do they talk about? ... it was about Jesus, and 3000 were saved - guessing it was the gospel!
22 Feb 2015
Acts 1:1-11 | Our era begins ... | Chris
First, some background on the book of Acts – then the big question ... what are we to take from the book of Acts? Acts 1:1-11 lays the foundation for the rest of the book. Verses 6-8 in particular help us to see what the book is about, but also how we often misunderstand the era we live in.
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