Posts Tagged ‘Acts’

An Acts 10 Moment With Danielle Strickland

An Acts 10 Moment: Peter’s Born Again, Again Experience In this episode from The Outcomes Conference 2018, Danielle Strickland gives fresh focus to the tenth chapter of Acts. She takes us back to the time when Peter is on the rooftop and receives a vision from God that comes with peculiar directions. What Peter receives…

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Four Groups of Givers By Dr. Gary G. Hoag

Are you a giver ready to grow? To help givers grow, I suggest they find themselves in the groups that mirror the four soils in Mark 4:1-20. Though only one exhibits the fruit of the Spirit of “generosity” (Galatians 5:22-23, NRSV), there’s hope for anyone willing to work their soil, receive the seed of the…

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Momentum Two: God's Word By Kay Arthur

  Momentum: God’s Word Creates It By Kay Arthur – Acts 1:3 tells us Jesus spent 40 days after his death and resurrection with the apostles “speaking of the things concerning the kingdom of God.” Men described in Acts 4:13 as “uneducated and untrained men,” recognized as “having been with Jesus.” Yet on the day…

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God-First Momentum By Dr. John C. Reynolds

God-First Momentum: Five principles from the Book of Acts By Dr. John C. Reynolds ~ In the world of science, momentum is generally described as the “force or speed of movement, or the impetus gained by a moving object.” Scholars calculate momentum as the product of mass and velocity or simply the impact of size…

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The Apostles' Leadership By Dr. Kurt Nelson

There are five characteristics that marked the apostles’ leadership. By Dr. Kurt Nelson ~ We live in an increasingly spiritually dark and polarized world. Rapid change is a prevailing constant. Persecution is on the rise globally. Many nations are rapidly closing to overt Christian influence. A week rarely passes without news of terrorist attacks driven by…

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Ministry Life Cycle Lessons from Acts

By Jim Liske  and Wes Willmer, Ph.D At the center of all Christian life and mission is Jesus’ command: “Follow me!” What do we witness when we obey? The lame walk, the blind see, the lost are found, the proud are humbled, and prisoners find freedom. For Jesus’ first disciples, the command to follow had a…

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