Teaching to Change Lives
In our final class, we take a look at Paul's time spent in Rome.
In this class, we discuss Paul's speech to the crowd in Jerusalem.
Let's examine Paul's decision to go to Jerusalem and how it concludes his final missionary journey.
Let's take a look at how Gentiles were brought into the new Messianic movement as full members.
The final section of Acts shows us Paul and his friends bringing the Gospel to the ends of the Earth.
We will review the learning objectives as well as take a big-picture view of Acts 1-12.
This lesson discusses Acts 10-11 where Peter is drawn into God's plan to bring Gentiles into the Kingdom.
We learn about Jesus' confrontation of the Pharisee Saul and try to put this story in context of what has been happening in Acts.
Follow Philip's ministry in the city of Samaria.
This lesson will cover the context and speech of Stephen. We try to understand his retelling of the Old Testament story and how it relates to the charges leveled against him.
We are going to look at Acts 2:42-5:42 from a broader perspective to try to understand how Luke wants us to view the early church body in Jerusalem.
We are starting our new lessons in Acts starting this week. Here is the lesson titled, "Jesus Sequel" in which we connect the book of Luke and Acts.
We look in detail at the first account of the disciples in Acts and try to understand why they appoint Matthias.
We take a big-picture view of Acts 2 and try to put it all in a Biblical context.