Acts 13:13-48 Paul and Barnabas leave Cyprus and sail for Southern Turkey. They come to Antioch in Pisidia where we pick up the story of their first missionary journey.
Acts 13:1-13 The Church at Antioch became the missionary sending church. Their leadership was an eclectic group of very Godly men who took serious the final commandment of Jesus Christ. As a result of their obedience, the world was changed forever. But remember this, when God sends us we must expect opposition.
Acts 12:1-24 This passage is a clear contrast between the power of man and the power of God. Herod Agrippa had great power as king. But his power is no match for the power of the sovereign God. However, the passage raises some very important application questions…
Acts 11:19-30 God plants his mission sending church in the unlikely city of Antioch! Truly he shows no partiality as he uses what was formerly “common” to reaching the uttermost parts of the world.
Acts 9:32 – 10:48 The final wall of separation is broken down as God brings the gospel to the gentile nations through Peter’s ministry to the family of Cornelius. God shows no partiality… Praise God!!!
Acts 9:1-31 The conversion of Saul on the road to Damascus is one of the best known stories in the Bible. It is an event that changes the course of history. Yet, it also highlights some serious questions about how God works in our lives to reconcile us to himself.
Acts 7:1-60 The martyring of Stephen is one of the pivotal events in the history of the church. God used his death to spread the gospel into all the known world. Stephen was a man of God who cared for people and had the story of the gospel deeply embedded in his heart. His sermon to the Sanhedrin stands as one of…
Acts 5:12-42 We are a jealous people. But what are we jealous for – ourselves or Jesus?