For the next six weeks we’re going to read through the beginning of Acts together. We’re going to talk about how you can begin to interact with the Bible as it was intended. We’re going to work through how you can begin to understand it in a way you never have before. Join us and begin a journey that will change the way you interact with this incredible, powerful, crazy book!
As we continue our exploration of the book of Acts we see that at times we may be nervous, we may even be fearful to invest our time and invite people into community and yet it can be something as simple as an invitation that could change a person’s life forever.
As we continue our study of Acts, we see an amazing story about how God uses us to make an impact. Sometimes that impact is so huge, it can influence an entire nation. As we follow the Apostles we ask, can God use us to make the same impact today?
The same mission given to the Apostles in the early church is the same mission given to us today. In order to fulfill that mission, everyone is called to engage in it. We’ve seen what God can do with twelve, what could He do with 1,000?
Sometimes we read the Bible and we jump over some pretty significant or sometimes crazy confusing things. Instead of engaging with it we just skip it or make it smaller in our minds. What if we could really wrestle with the things in scripture that confuse us and challenge us?
Can we really understand the scriptures? Does it apply to today? As we continue our exploration of the early church we ask the question, can we live with the same boldness? What does our life look like when we lose site of whose influence matters most.
This Sunday as we conclude This Crazy Book for the year, Pastor Chris walks us through a crazy story. It challenges us in a unique way as we look at the prayers of the early church.
“I don’t know enough.” “What if they ask me a question I don’t know the answer to?” “I’ll never be ready.” We often doubt we can speak and share wisdom with others. This week Anthony shares where we can find confidence.
We live in a culture that is increasingly telling us to accept ourselves just as we are, but what does God have to say about that? And how do we communicate His message to others?
So many of us are intimidated by the Scriptures because we’re coming to them with the wrong questions. This week Pastor Chris introduces us to something to look for that we may have never thought of before.