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The model of the New Testament church in Antioch from Acts 11.



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‘The more one examines the various factors which seem to account for the extraordinary victory of Christianity, the more one is driven to search for a cause underlying them all. It is clear that at the very beginning of Christianity there must have occurred a vast release of energy virtually unequalled in history… Nothing else could explain the surge of the early Christian movement. What caused this release of energy…lies outside the realm in which modern historians are supposed to move’ – Kenneth Latourette



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Why do we do what we do? Pastor Justin reminds us of the beautiful ordinance of water baptism and encourages us to not just go through the motions and routines of tradition. But look at the beautiful symbolism portrayed in light of Jesus example and commandment.



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Guest speaker, missionary, Martin de Lange encourages and provokes us to lead a life worthy of the upward call of Christ in spreading the Gospel to every part of the globe. As Christians we are called to make disciples of all nations, wherever we may find ourselves whether we are sent to an unreached people group, colleagues around the water cooler or in a lecture with friends.



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Acts 26:1-29 – Defend the Gospel by: Appealing from your past, Appealing to unconditional grace, Appealing for a response to the Gospel



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Week 3 in our “What’s Your Story?” series. This talk considers how God overcomes our racist attitudes using the story of Peter and Cornelius in the book of Acts


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Now Lord consider their threats and enable your servants to speak your word with great boldness. Stretch out your hand to heal and perform miraculous signs and wonders through the name of your holy servant Jesus

Acts 4:29-30
1. THE CONTEXT OF THE PRAYER (3:1-4:22)
2. THE CONTENT OF THE PRAYER (4:23-30)
3. THE CONSEQUENCES OF THE PRAYER (4:31-5:42)
4. THE CHALLENGE OF THE PRAYER


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Revelation 2:1-7 (Acts 19:1-41; 20:13-38)
A BLESSED CHURCH (vv1-2a; Acts 19:1-41; 20:13-38)
A great location
A rich history
An active Saviour
A GOOD CHURCH (vv2-3 6)
Busy in service
Patient in suffering
Orthodox in belief
A SAD CHURCH (v4)
The tone of Christ ‘s complaint
The truth of Christ ‘s complaint
A CHALLENGED CHURCH (vv5-7)
Remember
Repent
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Discerning the vital few things from the many non-essential things in order to do what were designed to do. (Acts 6)


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Being convinced of what we believe about Jesus gives us confidence to listen to God rather than man – to say something when it is easier to say nothing. (Acts 5)