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Dean Elliott takes us through the last portion of the series in Acts. We will see Paul deliver his final message to the Jews about how the gospel has gone forth to all the nations, as well as an open door to the gospel message. Additional Scripture References: Proverbs 22:13

Kevin Bentley teaches from Acts 28. In the life of a believer, inconveniences can often be a divine appointment that God has orchestrated. In today’s passage, we will see how God uses Paul’s shipwreck in Malta as a “Pit Stop” for a time of refreshing. We will also see how Paul continues to point to […]

David denHartog teaches from Acts 27. Paul and his friends are at sea for 14 days as they journey to Rome to share the gospel with Ceaser. In the life of a believer, there will be many storms. We will see 7 rules of navigating the storms of life, in today’s passage, based on how […]

Dean Elliott teaches from Acts 26. In today’s passage we will again see Paul use his salvation testimony, as a special opportunity focused on the resurrection of Jesus.

Kevin Bentley teaches from Acts 25:13-27. Additional Scripture References: 1 Timothy 4:16; 1 Peter 2:12

Pastor Kevin Bentley teaches from Acts 25:1-12. Are you living “The Dream” and if so whose dream is it? We will see seven facts in today’s passage that will allow us to see how we can live “The Dream” in Christ Jesus. Additional Scripture References: Romans 13:1-3; Psalm 102:24

Dean Elliott teaches from Acts 24:10-27.

David denHartog teaches from Acts 23:31 through Acts 24:9. In todays passage we will see Paul unjustly suffering by unfair accusations. But there is hope! Will you suffer for Jesus? Additional Scripture References: John 15:18-21; 1 Peter 4:12-14; Romans 13:1-2; Psalm 31:15; Acts 23:11

Pastor Kevin Bentley teaches from Acts 23:11-30. Are you at peace with knowing that God is in complete control over all things? Today’s passage is a prime example of God using what man meant for evil, for good. This is not a typical moment in Paul’s life, it’s a significant moment that he could not […]

Dean Elliott teaches from Acts 22:22 through 23:11. Everyone has a conscience. Consciences can have different opinions than others. This can help believers discern when to or when not to, share certain parts of their story in order to best impact different people most effectively. We will see this example done in Paul, in today’s […]

David denHartog teaches from Acts:21:37 through Acts 22:22. In today’s passage we will see what the first tool of evangelism is and how Paul used this very tool to minister to many in Jerusalem. We will also see many key points Paul used to evangelize and how we can use these same methods today.   […]

Dean Elliott teaches from Acts 21:15-36.

Kevin Bentley teaches from Acts 21:1-14. Knowing and following Gods will is vital. In today’s passage we will see Paul following Gods will. We will also see the importance of relationships and community. Additional Scripture References: Deuteronomy 29:29; 1 Peter 3:5-6

Kevin Bentley teaches from Acts 20:13-38. In today’s passage, we will see a review of the past, a testimony of the present & a warning about the future. We will also discuss the meaning of shalom. Is your life characterized by shalom and how do you represent yourself around others? Additional Scripture References: Proverbs 16:2; […]

David denHartog teaches from Acts 20:1-12. To some degree, all believers are a shepherd of God’s flock. Shepherding plays a key roll in the life of believers since they can either shepherd those in their sphere of influence or be shepherded by someone. Today, we will see how Paul is an under-shepherd of God’s flock. […]

Dean Elliott teaches from Acts 19:21-41. We will see what a win in Christianity looks like in today’s world. We will also see how it may be time for those who have been successful, to begin using a new strategy. Lastly, we must never forget that even when we experience success as Christians, the enemy […]

David denHartog teaches from Acts 19:8-20. We will go over four main points that will help believers be instruments in building God’s kingdom. Each one of these points is drawn directly from the text. The overall vision is to reach those beyond the church walls. Additional Scripture References: Psalm 103:1-5; Galatians 5:19-21

Dean Elliott teaches from Acts 18 and 19. Sometimes God doesn’t immediately, if not at all, open doors for us even though we are trying to do good things. God’s plans are greater than ours and He could be preparing something far better than we could have imagined or anticipated on our own. In today’s […]

Kevin Bentley teaches from Acts 18. Paul comes to a difficult place in Corinth. But God still encourages Paul to minister in Corinth through devoted helpers, opportunity in opposition, words of assurance, and His will. Additional Scripture References: Galatians 6:9; Galatians 6:2; 1 Corinthians 16:9; Nehimiah 5; 1 Corinthians 1; Numbers 6; James 4; 2 […]

David denHartog teaches from Acts 17. Our culture is increasingly becoming secular so we must learn how to share the gospel with those who have no biblical background. In today’s passage, Paul shares the gospel with a culture that has many idols, similar to how our culture does today. Through Paul’s message, we can learn […]

Dean Elliott teaches from Acts 17

Kevin Bentley teaches from Acts Acts 16.

David denHartog teaches from Acts 15 and 16. We will see how issues continue to arise from within the church which can sometimes cause a split. When things are going well in ministry, we don’t always understand why these types of splits happen. But God always has a purpose that we may not see at […]

Dean Elliot teaches from Acts 15. In today’s passage, we will see the fourth internal threat to the church. Peter will point out that keeping rules and traditions does not get people into heaven. Only by grace people can be saved through faith in Jesus. That’s it, nothing else. Additional Scripture References: Acts 14:27-28; Romans 3

Kevin Bentley teaches from Acts 14. In today’s passage, we will see what happens when the Gospel is proclaimed and what happens after. Believers should be able to clearly display the truth they live by as opposed to the lies of the world. They shouldn’t compromise God’s word. Some people will not like when believers […]

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