Services on Acts (Page 3)
In week 2, when it seems like things are falling apart, and fear seem to creep we must learn to live life with “What if.”
It is during those times that the only way we overcome these challenges is through the Holy Spirit and His power. How does that happen? Through several qualities that the Holy Spirit wants to give to all believers.
In this series, we will look at what the Bible teaches us about the Holy Spirit and how He works in, through us, and around us. Be sure to come out and explore the power and purpose of The Ghost.
In part six of our series I Have No Clue, Pastor Jack explains how to keep our strong when our situations and lives are attacking us as we go En Garde against these challenges with the Spirit of God.
In the third week of the I Have No Clue sermon series, Pastor Jack will share how in the greatest storms of life the Lord brings His purpose for your life.
Last week we spoke about what was behind us and this week we will pick up and look forward to what God is calling us to do in 2013.
As we transition to the weeks before Easter, we will take a hiatus from the En Fuego Series and have a 3 week series call whY which focusses on why we should care about Jesus, why should I want to follow Jesus, why an of this even matters; and several other whys?
This week we look at the active ministry of Barnabas and Saul, specifically the type of person Barnabas was and how the church grew in amazing ways through his commitment and devotion to God and others and how the church today could use a few more Barnabas’ in its ranks today.
The early days of the church in Acts found a struggle between who was welcomed in the church or those that were “chosen” & “holy” vs. “common.” The message of Christ is just that, God taking the normal, common, ordinary and empowering and using the normal in extraordinary ways.
Probably one of the most pivotal points in the history of Christianity is found within Acts chapter 9: the conversion of Saul. This man’s conversion shifted his life purpose, expanded the church, and forever impacted Christianity and the world. What can we learn about being heading in the “wrong” direction and Christ redirecting our plans to his will and purpose.
This week we will look at the effective ministry of Philip and two specific people his ministry influenced: Simon Magnus and the Ethiopian eunuch.
In this week of the En Fuego series, we look at the death of the first Christian martyr, Stephen and how his death, and the events surrounding it, and how God used the suffering, persecution and scattering of the church brought the will of God for ministry.