Today’s sermon will look at the heart of Jesus for the worst of sinners and how He chooses to use us in the process.
The church experiences persecution, but through it, it spreads beyond Jerusalem. All of this is by the hand of God and His divine providence. In this message we will explore divine providence in the Scriptures and our lives today.
The church keeps growing, but as it does, stress points arise. The apostles appoint servants to the ministry and the number of disciples continues to multiply. The same things still apply today.
Ananias and Sapphira are two people who are a part of the church that is drastically struck dead after holding back a portion of a sale of land and lying about it. Why does this happen? What does it teach us today about both giving …
The early church was marked by their willingness to witness to the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus, even when they met resistance. This boldness is not something that should only mark them, but us as believers today. In this sermon, we will discover what helps …
As the gospel goes forth into Jerusalem, the Lord begins blessing in miraculous ways. The man who was lame from birth is healed and begins praising God. Those who stand amazed in the Temple are the very ones responsible for Jesus’ death. Yet, they too …
After coming to faith in Christ we are to live our lives fully devoted to him. In this sermon we look at what a life of full devotion looks like. Acts 2:42-47
How did the resurrection of Jesus change the lives of his disciples? How does the reality of his resurrection change our lives now? In this sermon, we begin a new series and learn how to live as those sent to be his witnesses. Acts 1:1-11
The crowd is yelling “crucify” as Jesus is sentenced to death and a criminal is set free. It may sound heinous, but it is a reality still happening every day. Matthew 27:15-26