Acts 3- What does the Bible say about Sickness and Healing?
Acts 15- Are Acts 15 and Galatians 2 the same story? Why did Paul and Barnabas split up? Why do these questions matter?
Acts 16- In the sermon for Acts 16, we addressed some difficult questions about pluralism and universalism. Those are big words for whether or not God is the only supreme God and whether or not multiple paths of salvation are available to God. What about people who have never heard about Jesus? What about young children who die?
Acts 17- So, what does Acts 17 have to do with the Left Behind books and movies? The mission of the church involves faith, but it is not a blind leap into the dark. Rather we are called to use our mind--to think--along with using our emotions and will.
Acts 18- Want to learn more about disciple-making (the command from Jesus in Matthew 28 that was modeled by Priscilla and Aquilla in Acts 18)? See the document below for some starting points about showing others what it means to follow Jesus.
Acts 20- How should Christians approach the Death with Dignity movement publicized this past week through the story of Brittany Maynard? Life is worth living as we testify to the Good News of God's grace.
Acts 21- Below is the link to the book about pursuing God's will in retirement. The book is called Rethinking Retirement. http://www.desiringgod.org/books/rethinking-retirement