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Current Sermon Series: Church In Action
Distressed by the idols of Athens, Paul calls the city to repent. He does so, in love, in a way that the people can understand. Do we as a church, as a people, respond to God’s invitation to repent and invite others to do the same?
The Berean church stands as an example to us of a people who were RIPE for the good news. A church in action is ripe – both desiring and discerning truth.
This study of Paul's big day in Philippi helps us think about developing a personal strategy as a vital member of a Church in Action; that includes thinking through how we live out the Great Commision in our own daily context.
Life is constant flux, and we all must react to change – how do we do so as disciples of Jesus? Further, what does an adaptive church look like?
Jesus is the Head of the Church, and He has given it a type of leadership that is different from the world’s expectations. A plurality of Elders are key for the church in action.
The gospel of Jesus makes a splash in lives and the ripple effects continue to affect us for a lifetime. The church has good news that is speaks to physical and spiritual needs.
Thanks be to God for 30 years! Our prayer is that He will just be getting started among us. What are the distinguishing marks necessary for our church in the coming years?
The message of grace comes to Iconium with both grace and power, challenging human tradition and creating a divide in the city. And yet, the church thrives. What type of culture enables a church to thrive in hostile settings?
In the Antioch church we see a church on the move, directed by the Spirit as a new people united in mission. What happens after the initial burst of gospel-fire? The steady flame of a faithful church.
In the Antioch church we see a church on the move, directed by the Spirit as a new people united in mission. The same Spirit directs us today. Could God not also use us?
By raising Jesus from the dead, God has fulfilled promises for us and made promises to us. He changes our today and changes our tomorrow.