Sermons on Acts

Sermons on Acts

Growing Pains

Sermon #9 from the Series Titled: “Acts: The Advance of the Gospel” Scripture: Acts 6:1-7. Sermon Titled: “Growing Pains” Sermon in a Sentence: “Growing pains can become occasions for growth when priorities are safeguarded, and ministry is shared.”

Living Your Best Life

Sermon #8 from the Series Titled: “Acts: The Advance of the Gospel” Scripture: Acts 2:42-47. Sermon Titled: “The Characteristics of a Spirit-Filled Church” Sermon in a Sentence: “A Spirit-filled church will be made up of Spirit-filled believers who are passionate about studying the Bible, sharing with one another, telling others about Jesus, and worshiping together by joyfully and reverently remembering what Christ has done for them.”

Contrasts Within the Church

Sermon #7 from the Series Titled: “Acts: The Advance of the Gospel” Scripture: Acts 4:32-5:11. Sermon Titled: “Contrasts Within the Church” Sermon in a Sentence: “A healthy fear of our Holy God will keep us from hypocrisy and greed so that by His grace we remain a united, generous community that is devoted to the Lord and to one another.”

Fearlessness in the Face of Furious Firepower

Sermon #6 from the Series Titled: “Acts: The Advance of the Gospel” Scripture: Acts 4:1-31. Sermon Titled: “Fearlessness in the Face of Furious Firepower” Sermon in a Sentence: “Rather than responding with timidity and fear, when faced with opposition and persecution the Holy Spirit empowers us to boldly proclaim that Jesus alone saves.”

The Characteristics of a Spirit-Filled Church

Sermon #4 from the Series Titled: “Acts: The Advance of the Gospel” Scripture: Acts 2:42-47. Sermon Titled: “The Characteristics of a Spirit-Filled Church” Sermon in a Sentence: “A Spirit-filled church will be made up of Spirit-filled believers who are passionate about studying the Bible, sharing with one another, telling others about Jesus, and worshiping together by joyfully and reverently remembering what Christ has done for them.”

Pentecostal Power

Sermon #3 from the Series Titled: “Acts: The Advance of the Gospel” Scripture: Acts 2:1-41. Sermon Titled: “Pentecostal Power” Sermon in a Sentence: “The day of Pentecost marks the unleashing of the Holy Spirit who empowers believers to testify to the person and work of Jesus Christ and the salvation He offers to all who will repent and believe in Him.”

What to Do While You Wait on God’s Green Light

Sermon #2 from the Series Titled: “Acts: The Advance of the Gospel” Scripture: Acts 1:8-26. Sermon Titled: “What to Do While You Wait on God’s Green Light” Sermon in a Sentence: “As we wait for God’s green light, rather than passively wasting our time in idleness, we must engage in purposeful prayer, study His Word, and pursue His will.”

The Church’s Mission

Sermon #1 from the Series Titled: “Acts: The Advance of the Gospel” Scripture: Acts 1:1-8. Sermon Titled: “The Church’s Mission” Sermon in a Sentence: “As we wait for our Lord’s return, the church’s mission is to lean on the power of the Holy Spirit as we engage in the world-wide witness of the gospel of Jesus Christ.”

A Stormy Thanksgiving

SCRIPTURE REFERENCE:  Acts 27:35-36     SERMON IN A SENTENCE When we go through the storms of life, we behave most like Christians when we honestly acknowledge the storms and actively, boldly, and confidently thank God in the midst of them.

Who or What Do You Fear?

Scripture: Acts 12:1-24. Sermon Titled: “Who or What Do You Fear?” Sermon in a Sentence: “Who or what you fear determines who or what you worship…and who or what you worship matters!”

Philip, the Ethiopian Eunuch, and the Gospel

Scripture: Acts 8:26-40. Sermon Titled: “Philip, the Ethiopian Eunuch, and the Gospel” Sermon in a Sentence: “Trusting that God is always at work and making ourselves available for His service, we proclaim the good news of the gospel of Jesus that overcomes what separates us from God and from each other and replaces our emptiness with fullness of joy.”

Encourage One Another

(Acts 11:19-26): Title: “Encourage One Another” “The life of Barnabas epitomizes a life devoted to others and sets a high standard of consistently seeking out avenues to encourage others so that the Kingdom of God is advanced.”

Everyone reach one, but why?

Though the account of Paul’s conversion on the road to Damascus is an incredible example of Christ’s saving power, we have the same power alive in us that saved us from the same destiny as Paul and should ignite a fire in us to always be ready to share the Gospel with others.

It’s What is On the Inside that Counts

Scripture Reference: Acts 3: 1-10 Sermon Outline The Church is to be on mission for God.  Vs 1. Our model is the first century church. Our mission has been given to us, and is the same for every church. The Church is to focus primarily on people who need a miracle from God.   Vs. 2-3 People who need a miracle are right outside the doors of the church. People who need the church most  are often invisible to the church.…

Here’s the Church, Here’s the Steeple

Like the early church, we will become fully devoted followers of Christ by leaning into the presence of God, have authentic community, and share the great story of the Gospel of Jesus Christ with others.

Acts 13:1-12

Sermon #1 from the series: Summer in Acts, Part 3. (Scripture Reference Acts 13). – “Sermon in a Sentence: The main business of the Church is to obey the Holy Spirit by sending out workers who will preach the Gospel, engage in spiritual combat and make disciples in order to promote the Glory of God to all the nations.”

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