Acts of the Apostles - Fall 2020

Join us this fall as we tour the book of Acts via a series of 14 videos.  The book of Acts recounts the growth of the early church in the first century.  Each Sunday a new video will be posted - scroll down to see previous videos.

In this session Paul returns to Jerusalem, understanding that danger awaits.  The Holy Spirit has shown Paul that he must return there that he will suffer greatly.

This week we travel with Paul on his third missionary journey.  Luke's narrative is first hand because he joins Paul on this trip.

This week we journey with Paul on his second missionary journey.  Luke's narrative is first hand because he joins Paul on this trip.

This week we turn to Acts 15:  The Jerusalem Council.  This chapter signifies a turning point in Luke's narrative.  Prior to this chapter Peter was the focus of the narrative, but Luke shifts his focus to Paul following the Council at Jerusalem.

In this session we turn to Acts 12-14 as Luke allows us to shadow along on Paul's first missionary journey.

In this session we turn to Acts 10-11 as Luke shares two stories regarding the ministry of Peter.  The first details a God ordained meeting between Peter and a Roman Centurion named Cornelius.

In this session we turn to Acts 8-9 as Luke narrates the story of the young Church being scattered and spreading as intended.

In this session we turn to Acts 6-7 as Luke narrates the story of Peter and the Roman Centurion.

In this session we turn to Acts 5-6 as Luke narrates the ministry of Peter in Jerusalem.

In this session we turn to Acts 3-4 as Luke narrates the ministry of Peter in Jerusalem.

In this session we turn to the second chapter of Acts and the arrival of the Holy Spirit as promised by Jesus. 

In this first video we are introduced to Dr. Luke, the human author of Acts, and his record of the period of time prior to the ascension of Jesus.