Athens, Mars Hill and Seekers

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KGD-37 021117PM   Between Alexandria and Asia Minor there was a daily shipping connection (Ramsay, Letters to the Seven Churches, 18, 435). According to Pliny one traveled from Spain to Ostia, the port of Rome, in four days, and in two days from Africa. The tomb inscription is known of a Phrygian merchant who not […]

Seeing Christ in the Books of Acts

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KGD-21 990908WE To show you what I mean, look at Acts 1:8 “But you shall receive power (they were plugged in to the power source) when the Holy Spirit has come upon you; and you shall be witnesses to Me (they were tuned in to Christ) in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and […]

Q&A – Where Do All the Denominations Come From

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EBG-20 040111PM How do you connect together the Early Church to where we are today?  This is all of Church History. The first era is up to the death of the Apostles. We started out with what we would call the Catholic Church. We are not talking about Pope’s or Rome, but the Church that […]

The Power of Our Shared Life

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060806AM EBG-06 THE POWER OF OUR SHARED LIFE Acts 5:20 We have gathered today to celebrate the power of endless life that we have as members of Christ. Life, endless life, abundant life, Christ’s life lived out in and through us is what we celebrate this morning. Please open with me to Acts 5:20 as […]

David’s Epitaph – Nine Words

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060115AM DSS-03 David’s Epitaph .doc David’s Spiritual Secret David’s Epitaph–God’s Servant Acts 13:36 One of the most fascinating branches of history is the study of tomb inscriptions. Most famous among these are the Pharaohs and their pyramids and their guilded remains among intricate inscriptions hidden away among the rock hewn tombs in the Valley of […]

David – Serving God

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060108PM DSS-02 David’s Spiritual Secret .doc David’s Spiritual Secret Standing Alone Acts 13:22 So, whose life is considered important to God? Well, who did God chose to write more about than any other single person in the whole history of the world? The answer is the young man we met this morning. Please open to […]

The Discipline Of Disciple-Making – Seeing, Understanding, Entering, Living, & Seeking The Kingdom Of God

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When we were born again, we become citizens of Heaven. Salvation was when we entered and began to live in the Kingdom of God, while still living here on Earth. That tension between our citizenship in Heaven, and our stay here on Earth is what so much of the New Testament is written about. 
There are three truths that will transform how we look at our calling here on Earth as believers. These three truths we all need to know if we are to master the discipline of disciple-making. Here are those truths:

1.    Jesus Taught that Salvation was Coming Under God’s Kingdom & Rule
2.    The Apostles Taught that Salvation was Coming Under God’s Kingdom & Rule
3.    Disciple-makers Understand that Salvation was Coming Under God’s Kingdom & Rule 

The Discipline of Disciple-Making: How Should We Share the Gospel with the Rich, the Famous, & the Powerful? Part 21

Of the millions and millions and millions of people that lived before and during the time period of 15 centuries when God’s Word was written, the vast majority are nameless. People were born, lived, and died without most of the rest of humanity before or after them even knowing their names. The Washington DC think tank called the Population Reference Bureau calculates that by the time of the first century over 40 billion humans had lived and died.

The Discipline of Disciple-Making: When Christ Explained the Gospel to Paul

Each scene in Acts seems more amazing as we walk through these salvation messages. But of all the presentation of the Gospel, this is by all measures the best, most important, and the deepest impact. Paul shares the story of how Jesus Christ met him on the road to Damascus. In Acts 9, the details are sparse, but here the fullest and clearest account comes to us.

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