Continuing the Acts Series, Pastor David takes us on a journey through Acts 15, where the early church encountered conflicts over whether Gentile believers should be required to keep the Jewish law. This passage offers us valuable insights into how Christians can navigate disagreements and divisions within the church.
Continuing the Acts Series, pastor Adrian preaches on Acts 13-14 and the early missionary stories of the church. With a focus on the incredible events of Paul and Barnabas' missionary journeys, this sermon explores many of the important lessons and challenges involved in preaching the Gospel.
Pastor David continues the Acts Series preaching on Acts 12 with a focus on the miraculous escape of Peter from prison. As David navigates us through some of the early persecution stories of the church involving key apostles, important discipleship lessons are outlined and apparent sensible topics are clarified.
On this continuation of the Acts Series, pastor Adrian preaches on Acts 11. This sermon explores how the Gospel transformed lives and grew the church, first in Jerusalem, then in Antioch. Through the stories of the early church, we see how God's power and presence are still at work in our lives and in our community today, building the Kingdom of God in Caboolture and beyond.
Dylan continues the Acts Series with a focus on Acts 10. This sermon explores how Jesus brought salvation to every nation, not just the Jews, and how God used Peter and a gentile named Cornelius to further the spread of the Gospel. Through this incredible story, we will see how God breaks down barriers and calls us to reach out to people from every nation, tribe, and tongue.
Pastor David continues the Acts Series with a focus on Acts 9. This message dives deep into the unlikely conversion of the apostle Paul, exploring his life before his transformation and how he became a Christian. Through this incredible story, we will see how God's grace can transform even the most unlikely people into powerful witnesses for Christ.
Pastor Adrian recommences the Acts Series with a powerful message on Acts 8. This sermon explores how the early Christians and Christians today face suffering and persecution, but how this is expected and serves to highlight the good news of the Gospel. Through their suffering, the early Christians were able to spread the message of salvation in Jesus to even more people, and we can do the same today.