Relating the Gospel Personally Elicits a Powerful Response
Authentic Unity Produces Effective Gospel Ministry
Tonight we get a sneak peak into one of the early church’s most poignant moments: a private conversation of elders.
Tonight we get a sneak peek into one of the early church's most tender of times: a private conversation of elders.
Though an evangelist, Paul always made it a priority to strengthen and maintain relationships with believers.
Tonight we continue our study of the heroic acts of the Holy Spirit as He presses the gospel from Jerusalem to Rome.
Paul returns to previously planted churches to strengthen them, then goes to Ephesus, establishing a church which impacts the nearby region.
Paul took the gospel to the city of Corinth as his last stop in his second missionary journey.
God’s sovereignty and man’s responsibility go hand-in-hand as the Gospel spreads to the nations.
Since God enables the Gospel to spread, we must be willing to adjust to His scope and His timing.
Saints Who are Growing in Grace Must Trust God and Trust One Another
As souls are saved, the Church must work to maintain unity in doctrine and practice.
As the gospel goes forward, we should expect and prepare for different audiences and different responses.
God’s servants, regardless of their role, will have a missional function in his plan.
If God wills, the Gospel will spread and no obstacle, whether it be difficult circumstances or defiant people, will stop Him!
The Great Commission will result in the promotion of believers.
In this dispensation, Christians must reflect God's heart by sharing the Gospel with every nation and ethnicity.
Tonight we will study Jesus’ heroic acts through the life of Peter as the Rock upon which Jesus builds His church.
The Amazing Power of Jesus as He Protects the Infant Church
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