The Acts 2:42 Church is a snapshot of the "perfect" church. But that "perfect" church lasted for only a few chapters—until Acts 5, with the sin of Ananias and Sapphira, to be exact. In Acts 6-8, persecution is unleashed on the church. As the old adage goes, "No plan withstands contact from the enemy." Well, at least not our plans. The great thing is that God's plans never fail. God overcomes every obstacle of the enemy, even though the church may struggle at times. Join us Sunday as we track the movement of the church and how the enemy has not stopped the church and he never will.
The Book of Acts seems to end abruptly. Luke writes in Acts 28:30-31, “For two whole years, Paul stayed there in his own rented house and welcomed all who came to see him. He proclaimed the kingdom of God and taught about the Lord Jesus Christ—with all boldness and without hindrance." I believe the reason it seems to come to a screeching halt is because we are the continuation of the Church in Acts. Join us Sunday as we unpack what it means to be an Acts 29 Church.
This Sunday we will track the movements of the Church. How Jesus laid out the vision and how His church was set in motion via the Holy Spirit. So Join us this Sunday as we will strive to be a Church that is Oscar Mike.
We want to be a church that is on the move and reaching for the One. Before He ascended into heaven, Jesus told the Church that they needed to be "On the Move," advancing the Gospel into the hearts and lives of others. Jesus even told His followers that the Church would be an unstoppable force. This week, we will watch as Jesus sets the church into motion by running headlong toward the cross and the tomb. Join us for services this Resurrection Sunday as we look at how Jesus was on the move for you and me.