Acts 12: Don’t Drink the Kool-Aid

He said, “If you see me as your friend, I’ll be your friend. As you see me as your father, I’ll be your father.” He said, “If you see me as your God, I’ll be your God.” These are the words of former Peoples Temple Member, Hue Fortson Jr., regarding the American cult...

Acts 11: USABLE

The church in Antioch for many reason’s was a church of firsts. It was the first daughter church (church plant) that grew large enough to support the mother church (Jerusalem). It was also the first place the disciples were called “Christians”...

Acts 10: Two Men, One Plan

Leaving off in Acts 9, the church at this point is experiencing a time of peace. Found in the first nine chapters of Acts, a cycle of “quality” and “quantity” begins to emerge in the church’s growth pattern. To put it simply, God...

Acts 9: Strength and Peace in the Church

Acts 9 is famous for the story of Saul becoming Paul. It’s one of the most incredible stories of transformation and conversion in the entire Bible. However, my reflections are meant to help us look deeper into the less popular points of the chapter. Every time I...

 Acts 8: Why Not Now?

Acts 8 is the location of one of my favorite stories in the bible. It’s the story found at the end of the chapter when Philip baptizes the Ethiopian Eunuch. If you haven’t yet, take the time to familiarize yourself with the story. Acts 8:26-40 (NLT) I LOVE...

Acts 7: Cut to the Heart

I want you to do something a little different today. I want you to read the story found in Acts 3:1-11 twice. It won’t take you long, but read it through once, then the second time around, I want to think about who you are in the story. Acts 3:1-11 Who Are You...