In today's consumer-driven culture, the Church is always in danger of existing for itself. The book of Acts is our reminder of what being the Church really all about God's people doing God's work together by the power of God's Spirit.
January 18, 2015
The early church modeled what "church" was supposed to look like by entering into the culture and challenging it. In this sermon, Darrin Patrick shows us how we can follow their example.
February 1, 2015
Despite intense opposition, the good news of the gospel advanced boldly through the early church. In this sermon, Curtis Gilbert shows us why we can speak with the same authority two thousand years later.
March 1, 2015
How did Saul chief persecutor of the Church become Paul, the apostle who wrote half the New Testament? Curtis Gilbert walks us through the story, showing us how God will relentlessly pursue us until we are completely his.
March 29, 2015
Pastor Kempton Turner continues our study of Acts. Watch Kempton's story and learn more about the vision for City of Joy Fellowship, our soon-to-launch partner church in East St. Louis, here: http://cityofjoyfellowship.org/
April 19, 2015
Jeremy Bedenbaugh shows us what our posture toward the world should look like helping the hurting instead of slamming sinners, and building bridges to the gospel, not creating barriers.
May 17, 2015
Jonathan Mcintosh investigates the source of the power that was present in the early Church, showing us that when the gospel enters a city, it should disrupt some things both then, and now.
June 14, 2015
Kempton Turner continues our study of Acts, showing us that our greatest defense of the gospel doesn't come through intellectual arguments, it comes through our stories. Learn more about City of Joy Fellowship at http://cityofjoyfellowship.org/.
June 14, 2015
How do we share our faith in an increasingly post-Christian culture? Curtis Gilbert walks us through Paul's defense to the political powers in Acts 24-26, showing us that our voice should always be one of courage, compassion, and humility.