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The Acts of the Apostles – Part 4

June 5th, 2022|

Sam Barnes – The Acts of the Apostles – Part 4

Questions to ask ourselves:

  1. As you place yourself in the narrative of Acts, what are you surprised by or what challenges your own thinking?
  2. As we learn about the distinctives or the priorities of the early church, what can we discover or apply to our own local church context?
  3. As you read through the story of Acts, what is Jesus personally saying to you?

The Acts of the Apostles – Part 3

May 29th, 2022|

Sam Barnes – The Acts of the Apostles – Part 3

Questions to ask ourselves:

  1. As you place yourself in the narrative of Acts, what are you surprised by or what challenges your own thinking?
  2. As we learn about the distinctives or the priorities of the early church, what can we discover or apply to our own local church context?
  3. As you read through the story of Acts, what is Jesus personally saying to you?

The Acts of the Apostles – Part 2

May 22nd, 2022|

Sam Barnes – The Acts of the Apostles – Part 2

Questions to ask ourselves:

  1. As you place yourself in the narrative of Acts, what are you surprised by or what challenges your own thinking?
  2. As we learn about the distinctives or the priorities of the early church, what can we discover or apply to our own local church context?
  3. As you read through the story of Acts, what is Jesus personally saying to you?

The Acts of the Apostles – Part 1

May 15th, 2022|

Sam Barnes – The Acts of the Apostles – Part 1

Themes of Acts:

  • Church / Community of Believers
  • Holy Spirit
  • Mission
  • Witness
  • Persecution / Opposition
  • Kingdom of God
  • The Gospel / The Message
  • Humanity of the Disciples

Questions to ask ourselves:

  1. As you place yourself in the narrative of Acts, what are you surprised by or what challenges your own thinking?
  2. As we learn about the distinctives or the priorities of the early church, what can we discover or apply to our own local church context?
  3. As you read through the story of Acts, what is Jesus personally saying to you?
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