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Next: The Early Church Today – Draw Near

Rev. Eric Schalk How do we approach God and really hear from him? Many of us desire to hear God speak into our lives, yet we struggle to listen. In our text today, we’ll see how the early church drew near to God and experienced his presence in a profound way. Through their experience, we’ll…

Next: The Early Church Today – What Are You Praying For?

Dr. Branson Parler In our text for today, we will reflect on God’s unexpected deliverance of Peter from jail. This text will force us to ask: what was the early church praying for when they prayed for Peter? Does our way of praying match their way of praying? This morning, let’s pray that God will…

Next: The Early Church Today – Take and Eat

Dr. Branson Parler Our text this week stands at a turning  point in the history of God’s redemptive work. We see that the outpouring of God’s Spirit is not only for the physical descendants of Abraham but that, in Christ, Gentiles also receive the fullness of God’s Spirit. We will see that God calls Peter…

Next: The Early Church Today – Healing & Gifts

Rev. Eric Schalk After spending a few weeks focused on Saul, today we shift our focus back to Peter to see what God has been doing through him. Through Peter’s ministry, we will see some of his gifts for ministry, and explore what spiritual gifts mean for us today.

Next: The Early Church Today – Share & Grow

Rev. Eric Schalk Today we’ll dive into the passage that follows on the heels of Saul’s conversion. We’ll examine how Saul dove into his mission of sharing the gospel, and how his peers reacted to his sudden change. Through Saul’s experience, we’ll see our need for discipleship and call to share Jesus.

Next: The Early Church Today – The Ends of the Earth

Rev. Eric Schalk This morning we’ll examine Philip’s conversation with the Ethiopian official. Through this encounter, we’ll see how we are called to pay attention to God’s leading, and be open to sharing the story of Jesus even in the most unlikely of places.  

Next: The Early Church Today – The Gift That Can’t Be Bought

Dr. Branson Parler Today we will see both the power of the gospel as well as the confusion that happens when we try to make the gospel about us. Though Simon the sorcerer was baptized, he failed to grasp his own sin and need for repentance. He wanted to follow King Jesus for how Jesus…