“When Jesus was preparing to return to his father, he commissioned his friends to go—to astronomically expand the impact of their lives. He called them to action in Acts 1:8; to a mission that spanned the globe. “You shall be my witnesses in Jerusalem, Judea, and Samaria and to the ends of the earth.” Our mission is the same today, though our individual areas of impact...
Speaker: Max Lucado
Scripture: Acts 1 - 12
Topic: Small Groups
The New Testament church described in the book of Acts provides a model for future generations. Although conflicts and problems emerge that every Christian church encounters, the Holy Spirit's presence in these fledgling believers produces a vital testimony to the world.
Scripture: Acts 1 - 20
Stephen is one of God’s overlooked, unsung heroes. But the New Testament is born because Stephen lives and dies for the glory of God. Being persecuted for our faith is the outward sign of convition when unbelievers reject Christ and His followers.
Speaker: Roger Barrier
Scripture: Acts 7:1-60, John 5:24, John 8:51, John 11:26, 2 Corinthians 5:8
Topic: Church Mission
Throughout the Old and New Testaments and church history, every spiritual awakening was founded on corporate, prevailing, intensive, kingdom-centered prayer. We cannot create spiritual renewal by ourselves, but we can “prepare the altar” and ask God to send his Holy Spirit to change our hearts, our churches, and our communities. Christians are used to thinking about prayer...
Author: Tim Keller
Scripture: Judges 3:7-11, Judges 4:1-4, Acts 4:31-31, Acts 7:55-60, Romans 8:1-22, Acts 8:17-17