In reading Acts 13:4-12, Paul and Barnabas show us through their missionary experiences things we may encounter as we live missionally at home and/or abroad.
Acts 6-8 shows that sometimes God uses persecution and turmoil to fulfill his promises.
Acts 6:1-7 shows us that the responsibility of ministry rests on the entire church body rather than one person.
In Acts 5:12-42 we see how the Jewish council is blind to the gospel because of their pride. Their pride is a result of a skewed perspective of who God is.
Ananias and Sapphira lie to the Holy Spirit and lose their lives because of it. Confession could have saved their lives.
Acts chapter 3-4 show that the Christian life is not always easy. What kind of persecution we go through isn’t as important as how we respond to the persecution.
Pastor Kai brings a fresh perspective to the healing of the crippled man in Acts 3:1-8.
Pastor Kai teaches what it means to be a maximum church based on the early church in Acts 2:42-47.
Pastor Kai covers Pentecost from Acts 2.
Pastor Kai Eilert begins a series covering the book of Acts.