Messages on Acts
Pastor Brent looks at what church is not but then examines what actually is.
Pastor Brent Clark wraps up Unfinished: Continuing God’s Work in Our World by looking at the Apostle Paul and what allowed and motivated him to continue the unfinished task of taking the message of Jesus to the world.
Pastor Amy Becker looks at Acts 10 and how God’s desire was not only for a select group of people to hear about and know Jesus, but his desire was for all nations and people to know him.
Pastor Ryan looks at the dramatic conversion of Saul/Paul and how God can use the unlikeliest of people to accomplish his work in the world.
Pastor Ryan Lenerz looks at Acts 8 and how even though it might look like we are pursuing Jesus, we are actually going after the wrong things.
In this message, Pastor Brent looks at Acts 6 and how the early church had to respond to be willing to change to respond to growth.
Pastor Brent looks at Acts 3 and 4 to see how the apostles took advantage of a divine opportunity and how God still desires to invite us into these divine opportunities today.
Pastors Brent and Ryan continue a look at the book of Acts and the beginning of the church to see how the arrival of the Holy Spirit gives the church both then and today all that is needed to continue God’s work in the world.
Pastor Amy shares how our response to God choosing us, setting us free, restoring us, and blessing us should be that we tell others about the goodness of God in our lives.
Pastor Amy Becker continues our look at how to find comfort when sharing our faith by looking at how the Apostle Paul shared his faith by telling his own personal story and how we can use his model to share our own story with those around us.
Pastor Brent Clark starts a new series looking at the awkwardness of evangelism and how the Apostle Paul would often start when he traveled to a new city.
Pastors Brent Clark and Ryan Lenerz share about their recent trip to Liberia and Brent looks at Acts 10:1–11 to see how the invitation to go and share the gospel continues today.