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… Read more
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… Read more
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.
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.
Dr. Branson Parler The day of Pentecost and the outpouring of the Holy Spirit in Acts 2 marks the first step in God’s plan for his church to reach the ends of the earth with the good news of Jesus Christ. Today we will see how Acts 2 helps us better understand our own place… Read more
Dr. Branson Parler Acts 1:12-26 In Acts 1:8, Jesus sets out what appears to be – from a human perspective – an impossible mission. In our text for today, we will see what enables and empowers the early church to begin their task of witnessing to Jesus.
Rev. Eric Schalk Acts 1:1-11 This morning we begin a new series called Next: The Early Church Today. This series will be based on the book of Acts and will show us how the early church was born, and then spread throughout the Roman Empire. We’ll see that Jesus was the driving force for this… Read more