Making Disciples of All Nations

Acts of the Apostles

A Sermon Series in the Book of Acts
(Coming Soon)

On Trial for Hope

Acts 23:1-11 Paul is on trial before the Jewish Council.  As he begins his defense, he says, “I am on trial in respect to the hope and the resurrection of the dead.”  It is a massive statement that we can easily miss.  What does he mean and how does this apply to our lives?  That is the focus of today’s message.

Paul’s Defense

Acts 22:1-22 Paul has nearly been killed by the mob in the temple.  Now, while being carried out of the courtyard by Roman soldiers, Paul asks the Roman Tribune for an opportunity to address the crowd.  Here is his defense, he was called by God… what could he do but obey?

A Riot in Ephesus

Acts 19:21-40 Paul’s ministry in Ephesus has impacted the city and all of Asia so profoundly that the temple of Artemis is in jeopardy!  The artisans riot in an attempt to overcome the gospel message.  But God is on the move in Asia and it will never, ever be the same.

The Ministry of Jesus in Ephesus

Acts 19:1-20 Ephesus was the most important city in Asia and a trade center of the Roman Empire.  The temple of Artemis of the Ephesians was one of the seven wonders of the ancient world.  In this passage we see the dramatic and profound impact that the gospel has on this great but very dark city.  The word of Lord increases and…

I Have Many People in this City

Acts 18:1-17 Paul arrives in Corinth, one of the most important trade cities in the Roman empire.  It is a morally corrupt place, overshadowed by the Temple of Aphrodite.  God speaks to Paul in a vision, telling him not to fear… He has many in the city who are His!  (they just don’t know it yet!)

Know the Unknown God

Acts 17:15-34 Paul’s message to the Greek philosophers on Mars Hill is brilliant and profound.  He delivers the gospel in a clear and direct way, while shaping his message to directly address the beliefs of these intellectuals.