27 07, 2015

Week 5: Acts 12-14

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Week 5: Acts 12-14

We now begin to follow Paul on his first missionary journey and discover just how true it was when God said to Paul he would suffer for His name. Find out why this week in the 10 Week Bible Study Podcast!
In today’s podcast, we’ll discuss:

James’ death: a reminder of Jesus’ words in John 15
Peter’s arrest and strangely large guard
Peter’s release from prison: completely different from James
Herod’s strange death
Mark’s introduction
Teachers and prophets
Barnabas’ and Saul’s first missionary journey
Cyprus: Barnabas’ […]

20 07, 2015

Week 4: Acts 9-11

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Week 4: Acts 9-11

In Acts 9, we begin an intentional shift towards the story of Paul and his life. This is not because Paul is the most important New Testament character, but because our author, Luke, as we will find out later spent years traveling with him and is an eye-witness to many of the things later in the book.
In today’s podcast, we’ll discuss:

Story Begins to shift toward Saul (Paul)
Saul’s conversion
Suffer for My name?
Acts vs. Galatians accounts
Saul sent to Tarsus
Peter […]

13 07, 2015

Week 3: Acts 6-8

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Week 3: Acts 6-8

Starting in Acts 6, we will begin to see a dramatic shift in the life of the church. The methods that the apostles and the church begin to use to administer the responsibilities Jesus gave them will begin to take shape, leading to a dramatic acceleration of the Kingdom of God.
In today’s podcast, we’ll discuss:

Disciples were increasing
Hellenistic Jews – Jews by birth and religion born outside of Israel
The Acts 6 Shift: The choosing of the Seven
Multiplication-what […]

6 07, 2015

Week 2: Acts 3-5

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Week21: Acts 3-5

Picking up in Acts 3, we find that the apostles have set into a routine of prayer. God is going to miraculously interrupt that routine which will change the methods of the church from here on out. If you haven’t already, don’t forget to purchase your copy of Acts: A 10 Week Bible Study on Amazon today.
In today’s podcast, we’ll discuss:

Normal Life – the power of routine
The Miracle
Peter’s Second Sermon
The Response – 2,000 people
The Arrest – The Jesus […]

1 07, 2015

Optimism vs. Victory

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Being optimistic is a really good character trait. Always looking for the bright side will make you happier and people will like you more. But don’t call your optimism or finding a silver lining God.

All too often we exchange the victory God would give us for our own optimism. Many times when we are in a crisis, we would do much better to simply acknowledge how bad the situation really is and declare that we are totally helpless to […]

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