In our passage today we find the apostle Paul somewhat tired, fearful & discouraged. Yet into this God speaks and spurs him on with great encouragement. A powerful message to those who are tired & weary.
As Paul reasons with the brightest minds of the day in the capital of philosophy, he explains why a once unknown God can now be known by all. Focus Text: Acts 17
In a tricky passage to understand & apply we find a really helpful example of how easily we can look for hope & approval in our rebellion against God.
When surrounded by an angry mob, Paul & Silas are labeled as ‘men who have turned the world upside down’. We see how & why.
Our guest speaker Tom Mawson (Laxfield Baptist Church) walks us through Psalm 19 to show us 3 ways God in which God shows himself to us.
As we dig a bit deeper into Acts 17 we see 3 different ways the early church used to spread the gospel to those they met.
As the Gospel begins to spread across Europe, some unlikely people join the church.
As David is yet again faced with strong opposition he takes a comprising step towards his enemies. We see how easy it is to take that path and look for ways we can avoid it.
As the early church faces one of most defining moments, the grace of the gospel is explained & celebrated. Focus Text: Acts 15
At our joint service with both Fressingfield & Laxfield Baptist Churches, James Brown from The Faith Mission shares some advice from God’s word for when we are opposed in or for our faith.