Brad takes us into Acts 14 and we look at what Paul’s actions teach us about how the Gospel affects – should affect – the function of everyday life, specifically our:
This week Brad preached on the narrative of the gospel and its effect on those who hear it. He describes how this new narrative has a transforming effect, is confrontative in nature, and is surprisingly beautiful.
We take an work through a major chunk of Acts this week, focusing in on biblical theology, and its necessity in our lives, and how it is communicated to us, and to our community.
Brad takes us through Acts 13, as we see how we should live out and preach the Gospel through the example of the early church.
Brad continues our series going through the book of Acts, focusing on the sovereignty of God over the course of the churchs history, and within our own lives.
Our brother Pete Lindeman, from our planted church Grace Village in the valley, joins us and our series in Acts to talk about…the book of Esther?
The story of Mordecai and Esther is a surprisingly fitting companion to our study of the birth and growth of the early Church in Acts – imperfect people, acting imperfectly, being graciously woven into God’s great plan and story of redemption.
Brad takes us through Acts chapter 11, looking at how trusting in God’s goodness, while not always easy, shapes our goodness and the goodness of the Church at large.
Brad takes us through Acts chapter 10,focusing on the infectious work of the gospel as it spreads to the gentiles.
Brad takes us through Acts 9:31-10:8, looking at miracles.
Through wondrous, preposterous, and scandalous miracles, we see: