Sermons on Acts

Living in Pentecost

Pentecost was an extraordinary day. When the disciples were able to communicate to others ‘each in their own language’ it was a unique event.  Since that time, ‘Pentecostal’ has been at times both a noun and an adjective. Today we discuss how can we keep the energy of Pentecost with us every day – to…

How Did He Do It?

Ever since Peter gave the first sermon in our reading from Acts, the disciples and other believers have been sharing the Good News of Jesus. How could they do this? How could they overcome any fear? Even with numerous challenges and obstacles, they shared. But I can’t do it? It’s too hard! Or is it?…

Fellowship

Have you ever said something, and the listener heard something completely different? Poor communication has been with us for centuries. The word ‘Fellowship’ (from the original Greek Koinonia) can be misconstrued as well. It meant gathering as friends but also to hold something in common. Thomas’ disbelief put a damper on the fellowship of the…

They Were All Together In One Place!

After Jesus’ resurrection, the church ebbed and flowed. On the day of Pentecost, three thousand souls were added to the church in one day. What did the apostles do? And what can we learn from them as we minister to our friends and neighbors? Let’s listen…

Mother’s Day 2017

Reminder: call your mom today 😉 Honoring your mother has its foundation in the fourth commandment. Today, moms are tasked like never before and still strive to be godly and worthy of honor. Like Mary the mother of Jesus, may we also be the Lord’s servant, no matter what comes. May God continue to bless…

What is Pentecost?

What is Pentecost to you? To me? Is it candles and sea breezes? Or violent winds and tonges of fire? The work of the Holy Spirit cannot be contained. God is unstoppable, and we cannot predict what he brings when he moves in our lives. The Holy Spirit comes when we least expect it, and…