Acts 1:1-8 – How Do We Get There From Here?
The book of Acts tells us where we came from and how we should move forward as Christ’s Body on the earth.
Acts 1:9-26 – Wait Watchers Wields Results
The disciples watch the Lord ascend, wait for the Holy Spirit and turn to Scripture to solve the issue of replacing Judas with a new apostle.
Acts 2:1-13 – It’s Not Greek To Me
The Day of Pentecost means the birth of the Church and the arrival of the Holy Spirit in a dynamic new way, showing the tender, personal love of God.
Acts 2:14-24 – Peter, Peter, Sermon Speaker
Peter delivers the Church age’s very first sermon ever, rooted in Scripture.
Acts 2:25-39 – Can I Get A Witness?
Peter gives testimony as an eyewitness to Christ’s resurrection and an expert witness concerning Old Testament prophecy.
Acts 2:40-47 – Character Reference
The Church is established and takes on a communal form. Is this the blueprint for what every local church should be?
Acts 3:1-10 – Compassion And A Rationale
Peter and John head to a prayer meeting and give us the first recorded outreach of the church age. What does it teach us about compassion and evangelism today?
Acts 3:11-26 – Guilty As Charged
Peter preaches a sermon in Solomon’s Colonnade declaring that Jesus is the Messiah foretold in the Old Testament.
Acts 4:1-12 – I’m Not The One On Trial Here
Peter and John and brought to trial before the Sanhedrin, but the tables turn as Peter convicts them of crucifying the Lord Christ.
Acts 4:13-22 – The Original Amateur Hour
The Sanhedrin marvel at Peter and John, who are ‘amateurs’ in their minds, yet preach with power and authority.
Acts 4:23-31 -The Volunteer State
After being released from custody, Peter and John together with the church go to prayer and volunteer to serve the Lord, no matter the difficulties ahead.
Acts 4:32-5:11 – Name Recognition
We are introduced to 3 new characters: Barnabas, Ananias and Sapphira. They have very similar beginnings, but very different endings and legacies.
Acts 5:12-21 – Don’t Call Us, He’ll Call You
As God’s dramatic work continues to unfold, the apostles demonstrate the importance of being focused on your calling while flexible to the Holy Spirit.
Acts 5:21-42 – Name Droppers
The Sanhedrin demands that the apostles stop teaching in the name of Jesus, but they respond with supernatural boldness and meekness.