Changed Lives Change Lives | Wayne Massey

The character of Barnabas in the book of Acts is one we can learn from! About halfway through the book, we stop hearing about him as much, but here are three lessons we can learn from Barnabas: sell your field, find an enemy, and give a second chance.

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Wayne Massey
Holding On, Letting Go | Sonia Home

Jesus being for everyone, Jew and Gentile was a real challenge for the early Church, in Acts 15 they react by asking themselves: what of our old tradition really is important and relevant for the Church going forward? In our lives, what things might we need to let go of or take hold of?

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The Fire of Jesus | James Stevenson

All through Acts we see the results of the fire of the Holy Spirit as the Church spread the message of Jesus. At the end of Acts 14, we see the fire of the Holy Spirit catching in a way that will spread across Asia Minor into Europe...

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James Stevenson
Birthing God's Rescue Plan | James Stevenson

We are playing our part in the great, unfinished story of the book of Acts. As we play our part in God's rescue plan in 2018, we can learn from the story so far. This week we learn what happens when God births a new phase of his rescue plan? What are the signs we can look for and how do we join in?

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James Stevenson
Acts Season 2 | Fiona Dorman

Acts Season 1 is over, bring on Season 2! In chapter 13 of Acts we experience a change in the focus of the story. It moves from Peter and the mission to spread the message of Jesus to the Jews, and builds on God’s invitation to all people in Paul’s mission to the gentiles, but the drama isn’t over…

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Fiona Dorman
Are You With Me? | Charles Auld

The message of the Gospel, that Jesus died for your sin, is for everybody – it’s a message we cannot stop, even though some try. A great place to start partnering with the Gospel is to pray for the salvation of all and as we pray, Jesus asks us the question, “are you with me?”

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Charles Auld
The Adventure Begins… | Adam Smith

Often I mistake the Bible as boring or run-of-the-mill and forget the blockbuster nature of the stories in there. As we follow the beginning of Saul’s (later called St Paul) great adventure with Jesus, what are the hallmarks of his movie-like training montage and where might they be in our lives?

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Adam Smith
A Life Less Ordinary | Wayne Massey

St Paul’s conversion story is very dramatic and it is tempting to think that it a story to wonder at and marvel at. But actually in that story are the clues to how were too can live a life like his. We may not be able to have his conversions tory but we can live his converted life.

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Wayne Massey
Make your life His | Wayne Massey

How deep has the gospel gone in your life? How you and I respond to the stuff of life, our actions, attitudes, and words, reveal how deeply grace and the gospel have got a hold of us, which points us once again to our need for Jesus.

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Wayne Massey
Sticking to God’s Plan | James Stevenson

Throughout the Bible it is possible to see God’s plan running through it, but along with God’s plan come God’s people, the ones involved in the plan. It’s not always easy to stick to the plan God has, and in the book of Acts we see just how hard it was for the early church.

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James Stevenson