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The believers continued to use the temple for their place of assembly and ministry, but they also met in various homes. The 3,000 new converts needed instruction in the Word and fellowship with God’s people if they were to grow and become effective witnesses. The early church did more than make converts; they also made disciples.
A healthy church must worship rightly and live generously.
Love is the overarching theme in this series, and if you don’t already know, by the end of this series, we…collectively as a church, and you…individually in your life, will know exactly where you are at, when it comes to understanding that... Loving the church means…Loving the people.
A look at 1 Peter 3:8. Examines the five things Peter says make for a great church body.
I often feel closer to God when I am alone, out in nature, or listening to my favorite song. Why do I need to be a part of the church to grow closer to God? This week we talk about the meaning of the community of faith.
We live in a much complex world than ever before. We also live in a world that is more skeptical and does not understand the church. A lot are asking, "what is church?" Or, "why should I go to church?" Great questions that we must learn to answer. The early church, think book of Acts, helps the modern church answer the question, "what is church?" We may be surprised at what the answer(s) truly are.
com.pro.mise |ˈkämprmīz| n. - the acceptance of standards that are lower than is desirable. Not all compromise is bad, but when it causes us to step lower than Jesus’ standards, it becomes a poison. Today Pastor Jon Palmer teaches us, using Pergamum, the third church in Revelation, how quickly compromise can poison our life as a disciple.