Episode 29: acts 8.13-25 (Part 2)
How can you know if you're saved? How does one receive the miraculous gifts of the Holy Spirit? Can a Christian lose his salvation? Find out the answers to these questions as we conclude our study in Acts 8.13-25.
episode 28: Acts 8.13-25 (Part 1)
How can you know if you're saved? How does one receive the miraculous gifts of the Holy Spirit? Can a Christian lose his salvation? Find out the answers to these questions as we study Acts 8.13-25 in our next two episodes.
Episode 27: Acts 8.4-12
What is the difference between miracles and magic? Find out the Bible answer in our study of Acts 8.4-12.
Episode 26: Conversions in the book of acts
What does it mean to be converted to Christ? Find out in our special study of conversions in the book of Acts.
episode 25: Acts 8.1-4
Is Christianity dying? Find out in our study of Acts 8.1-4.
Episode 24: Acts 7.54-60
What exactly did Stephen see when he was dying and what did it mean? Find out in our study of Acts 7.54-60.
Episode 23: difficulties in acts 7
Did Stephen contradict the historical and mathematical details of the Old Testament? Would it matter if he did? Find out as we continue our study of Acts 7.
Episode 22: Acts 7.1-53
Did Jesus destroy the temple and change the law of God? If so, what does this mean? Find out in our study of Acts 7.1-53.
Episode 21: acts 6.8-15
How can the child of God stand up against slander and false accusations? Find out in our study of Acts 6.8-15.
Episode 20: Acts 6.1-7
How did the early Christians address division in their assemblies? Find out in our study of Acts 6.1-7.
Episode 19: acts 5.33-42
Is it wise to ignore God? Join us in our study of Acts 5.33-42.
Episode 18: Acts 5.12-32
How should Christians respond when authorities forbid them from serving God? Find out in our study of Acts 5.12-32.
Episode 17: Acts 4.32-5.11
What could cause God to strike a person dead? Find out in our study of Acts 4.32-5.11.
Episode 16: Acts 4.23-31
What caused God to laugh? Find out as we study Acts 4.23-31.
Episode 15: Acts 4.1-22
The apostles and early Christians had a faith worth suffering and dying for. What does it take to have this kind of authentic faith? Find out as we study Acts 4.1-22.
Episode 14: acts 3.11-26
What is God's purpose for the world through Jesus? Find out in this week's episode.
Episode 13: Acts 3.1-10
What can Jesus do for a helpless or hopeless person? Find out in this week's episode.
Episode 12: Acts 2.42-47
What did the first congregations of Christ look like? Find out as we study Acts 2.42-47.
episode 11: Facing "various trials": Teachers
In the midst of his discussion regarding the "various trials" that Christians fall into, why does James give the command, "Let not many of you become teachers?" Find out in part two of our special series on James.
Episode 10: Facing "various trials": Prayer
This study begins a special three-part series that examines themes from the book of James regarding the Christian response to "various trials." In these difficult and uncertain times throughout our world, the Bible has timely and practical instruction to help us experience God's blessings even in the darkest hours. In this episode, we will consider the special role of prayer in response to trials.
episode 9: Acts 2.37-41
Once we have heard and believed the gospel, what must we do to be saved? Find out as we study Acts 2.37-41.
episode 8: Acts 2.22-36
What was the greatest sermon ever preached? Find out in this study of acts 2.22-36.
episode 7: acts 2.1-21
Other than the crucifixion and resurrection, the Day of Pentecost is likely the most important day in Christian history. But what really happened that day in Jerusalem, and how did it change the world forever? Find out as we study Acts 2.1-21.
episode 6: prophetic background of acts 2
In this episode, we discuss the prophetic background of the amazing events in Acts 2 and discover the biblical truth about the baptism of the Holy Spirit and of fire.
Episode 5: Acts 1.12-26
Why were there 12 apostles? Other than those who wrote the books of the New Testament, what were their contributions to the Christian faith? What are the qualifications of an apostle, and are there apostles in the church today? We will answer these questions and more in our study of Acts 1.12-26.
Episode 4: Acts 1.9-11
Why did Jesus leave the earth? What happened after He ascended? What will happen when He comes again? We'll look at the Bible answer to theses questions as we study Acts 1.9-11.
Episode 3: Acts 1.4-8
What is the "Promise of the Father?" What role does the city of Jerusalem play in God's eternal plan? What is the "Restoration of Israel?" In this study of Acts 1.4-8, we'll learn the answers to these and other great questions.
Episode 2: Acts 1.1-3
After Jesus was crucified, what set the course for the future of Christianity? Usually, when great leaders die, their movements fracture and splinter due to infighting and struggles for power. The original teachings and ideas are hijacked and modified by those who would become the heir of the original leader's legacy. In Acts, Luke presents the very different and utterly unique experience of the early Christians.
episode 1: Introduction to the book of acts
Who wrote the book of Acts? When was it written? What is the theme and function of this book in the Bible as a whole? In this brief series introduction, we will explore these and related subjects.