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Obeying Christ’s Commands

In this message, we kick off a new sermon series in the book of Acts entitled, “The First Missionary Journey.” In Acts 13-14, we see the heart for missions of the Antioch church, and we follow the footsteps of the first missionaries, Barnabas and Saul/Paul.

The Church’s Persecution

This week, as we conclude our sermon series in Acts, “The Church & the Gentiles,” we are reminded that whenever lives are being changed and churches are growing, opposition will arise. And yet God’s kingdom always wins in the end.

Paul & Barnabas

This week, as we continue our sermon series in Acts, “The Church & the Gentiles,” we are first introduced to perhaps the model church in the book of Acts: the church at Antioch.

Peter & the Church – #5

This week, as we move into week nine of our sermon series in Acts, “The Church & the Gentiles,” we consider our fifth “Sermon Spotlight.” It should sound familiar – Peter essentially has to reproach his message from Acts 10 to the hard-hearted church in Jerusalem.

Peter and the Gentiles – Part 4

This week, as we move into week eight of our sermon series in Acts, “The Church & the Gentiles,” we finally have another “Sermon Spotlight.” This time, we hear Peter embrace the plan of God for the salvation of every race, tribe, and tongue.

Sunday Sermon – 12/3/17

This week, as we move into week seven of our sermon series in Acts, “The Church & the Gentiles,” we see the difficulty Peter has in dropping his inherent cultural and ethnic biases and preferences. Is it not likely that we still struggle with the same issues, and this can prevent the spread of the Gospel?

Stop

Over the last few weeks, we’ve been studying the mandate of the early church to take the Gospel to the nations. And, today, Jay Ham, our Pastor of Missions, Outreach, and Recreation, will remind us that we still have the same mandate!

The Power of Peter

This week, as we move into week six of our sermon series in Acts, “The Church & the Gentiles,” we are reminded that the Gospel has still not left the immediate region around Jerusalem – but it is about to do so. And, this time, the Apostle Peter is going to be in the middle of things.

The Education of Saul

This week, as we move into week five of our sermon series in Acts, “The Church & the Gentiles,” we are reminded that Saul’s journey to becoming the Apostle Paul was both a long one but also a difficult one. There is a price to be paid to be used by God.

The Old Servant

This week, as we move into week four of our sermon series in Acts, “The Church & the Gentiles,” we must consider the power of living a simple, Godly life, filled with kindness, obedience, and service. God does not just use men like Paul in His kingdom.

An Open Heart

This week, as we move into week two of our sermon series in Acts, “The Church & the Gentiles,” we see the power of divine appointments as we seek to spread the Gospel. Are we trusting God to lead us to open hearts at just the right time?

A Cautionary Tale

This week, we kick off a new sermon series in the book of Acts entitled, “The Church & the Gentiles.” In Acts 8-12, the Gospel begins to spread beyond the walls of Jerusalem to new cities, communities and ethnic groups. Today’s text provides a cautionary tale in the midst of the Gospel explosion.

Paul and Phillip

In this message, as we conclude our sermon series in Acts, “The Church’s Leaders,” we see the contrast between the anger and hatred of Saul (soon to become Paul) and the Godly service of the deacon Philip in the commonly despised region of Samaria.

Stephen & the Sanhedrin, 3 C

In this message, as we move into week five of our sermon series in Acts, “The Church’s Leaders,” we conclude our look at Stephen’s powerful sermon while on trial before the Sanhedrin with his judgment on the nation and eventual death.

Stephen & the Sanhedrin, 3 B

In this message, we return to our Acts sermon series entitled, “The Church’s Leaders” and our look at the sermon Stephen preached while he was on trial before the Sanhedrin in Acts 7. Using Israel’s history, he patiently demonstrates the nation’s need for the Savior they had rejected.

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Obeying Christ’s Commands

In this message, we kick off a new sermon series in the book of Acts entitled, “The First Missionary Journey.” In Acts 13-14, we see the heart for missions of the Antioch church, and we follow the footsteps of the first missionaries, Barnabas and Saul/Paul.

The Church’s Persecution

This week, as we conclude our sermon series in Acts, “The Church & the Gentiles,” we are reminded that whenever lives are being changed and churches are growing, opposition will arise. And yet God’s kingdom always wins in the end.

Paul & Barnabas

This week, as we continue our sermon series in Acts, “The Church & the Gentiles,” we are first introduced to perhaps the model church in the book of Acts: the church at Antioch.