Making Disciples of All Nations

Acts of the Apostles (Page 2)

A Sermon Series in the Book of Acts
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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.

A People For His Name

Acts 15:1-35 The Jerusalem Council is a turning point in the history of the Christian Church.  18 years after Pentecost, the church is struggling with issues of salvation and the requirements of the law.  Should Gentile believers be required to be circumcised… could they even be saved if they weren’t?  The history of the church is molded by the decisions made by…

The Work Fulfilled

Acts 14:1-28 Where God leads us we can expect opposition.  Yet, even in the difficult trials of life there is not an option to quit.  We cannot go home early, as John Mark did.  Paul and Barnabas stay the course and the work for which they were set apart is fulfilled.  May that always be the case for all of us!

Antioch Sets Apart Saul and Barnabas

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.

The Lord Who Rescues

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…