Sermons on Acts
A special message from Adam and Carol Duncan, prospective missionaries to Ecuador. Who is your favorite disciple?
We all need power in our lives. Power is the force that accomplishes something. We like to think that we have power. The truth is, there is only one source of true power.
When you give a gift to someone, what is the one thing you probably want to happen with that gift? Most people want their gift to be used. We want the recipient to use what we give them. Perhaps the same is true of what God has given us.
One word used to describe the early church may be what we are lacking in our churches today, devotion; the ardent loyalty and support for Jesus and the church that will turn our congregations into a truly attractive place for those in need.
We all want certainty in our lives. We take comfort from warranties and guarantees. When it comes to knowledge, we want ‘concrete’ facts and answers. Yet, most of the world is uncertain, most of our lives is shrouded with the unknown. We need some certainty…
Every revolution starts with a call to arms; a voice raised to call the people to action. Our spiritual revolution is no different.
We are meant to be a part of a spiritual revolution that began nearly 2,000 years ago on a major Jewish festival known as Pentecost. There’s a reason why we must decide to take part…
When we come to Jesus in faith, a revolution begins in our life. By that, I mean a radical, complete change. At least. that’s what is supposed to happen. Similar to other revolutions, it is meant to spread. That’s our mission, start a revolution…
The Gospel is the mission of the church. The question is whether or not we are sharing the Gospel message. Are we convinced? Are we consumed by the Holy Spirit? Are we aware that we are commanded to share? These are the questions that are brought before us by Chris Davenport, pastor of The Bridge Church in Fredericksburg, VA.
A focused life requires us, as followers of Jesus, to be about the business of going to our neighbors and sharing the gospel with them.