In this study of ACTS, groups will discuss the successes and failures of the New Testament church and will encourage the same power in today's local church. In the chapter by chapter study, Luke, the author of Acts, lays down the pattern for the local church life; a community of joyful believers; empowered by the Spirit; serving the Lord and one another; actively enlarging the fellowship; tasting both persecution and God's protection; and participating in His supernatural work. Includes Leader's Notes. 15 studies for individuals or groups.
Discover the Power of Community
What is the biblical pattern for local church life? The book of Acts shows a community of joyful believers, empowered by the Holy Spirit, serving the Lord and one another. They actively enlarged their community, tasted both persecution and God’s miraculous protection, and daily participated in God’s supernatural work. As you study the successes and failures of the New Testament church, you’ll be encouraged to ask God to move with the same kind of vital power in your own church community.
Chuck and Winnie Christensen are veteran Bible teachers and the authors of several best-selling Fisherman studyguides, including Acts 1-12, Mark, Paul, and A Spiritual Legacy.
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