The Fifth Sermon in a Sermon Series Called ACT II based on Acts 10:34-43
The church is always threatened by divisions—race, income, gender, age, etc. God’s powerful words opened Peter’s mind to the bigness of God’s Church. Could God bring rich and poor, male and female, black and white, young and old into one community of faith today? This message is our prayer that God would do today what he did back then. It’s God’s ACT II. He has a heart to reach the world and give them faith in Jesus – a world full of difference and diversity.
The Fourth Sermon in a Sermon Series called ACT II based on Acts 7:57-8:3; 9:1-6
The Spirit through Luke gives us the biography of a true terrorist who parachutes into the Acts story out of the clear blue sky. It's so striking. And why? So we know who Jesus thinks has the right resume to bring his gospel to the world. And that fact alone has a world to say to every Christian who has a high and holy calling. Today we think of how that relates to Christian moms.
The Third Sermon in a Sermon Series called ACT II based on Acts 7:54-8:1
Sometimes there can be bad blowback from sharing truth. And that can paralyze us from ever sharing it - from ever having that tough talk. But did Stephen really lose out? Did he really fail? Listen in to see the faithfulness of Jesus when his people hurt for him.
The Second Sermon in a Sermon Series called ACT II based on Acts 2:42-47
Modern Christians generally have a strained relationship with this first Christian church. This description of it seems to have put all too many Christians on a quest to rediscover in our day this Christian utopia. Where can we find it today? How can we be a part of it? These are the answers Luke gives us!