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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.

Lord’s Supper – Sept 3

This morning, as we celebrate this holiday weekend and worship together in our One Family Worship Service at 10:30 AM, we have the tremendous opportunity to celebrate the Lord’s Supper and to continue to spiritual prepare our hearts for next week’s revival.

Sermon Spotlight, #3 A

In this message, as we move into week three of our sermon series in Acts, “The Church’s Leaders,” we have our third “Sermon Spotlight.” When Stephen is allowed to speak to the Sanhedrin, his message is laced with Biblical history and incredible typology pointing to Jesus Christ.

Stephen’s Arrest

In this message, as we move into week two of our sermon series in Acts, “The Church’s Leaders,” we see the enemy’s attack on Stephen through the Sanhedrin and their falsified charges – and we see his amazing response.

The Apostles’ Strategy

In this message, we kick off a new sermon series in the book of Acts entitled, “The Church’s Leaders.” In Acts 6-8, the focus turns more specifically to the early strategy and leadership of the Apostles and others, including closer looks at individuals such as Stephen and Philip.

The First Stripes

Today, we conclude our sermon series in Acts, “The Church’s Growth,” by considering the sobering truth that the enemy refuses to stop attacking and hindering Christ’s church. Are we living lives worthy of the sacrifices the early church paid to pass the Gospel on to the generations to come?

The First Reassurance

Today, as we move into week six of our sermon series in Acts, “The Church’s Growth,” we are reminded of the incredible grace of God as He reassures the suffering early church with a series of confirming miracles and even angelic visitations.

The First Act of Discipline

Today, as we move into week five of our sermon series in Acts, “The Church’s Growth,” we are forced to consider the reality that the enemy will seek a way to divide the church from within. And it becomes equally as obvious that God has little tolerance for disunity and sin.

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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?