Summary: Paul received a vision of a man from Macedonia imploring him to “Come over and help us.” He and his team immediately went, changing the course of history. What the church needs today is a fresh call to spread the Gospel.
Summary: The Holy Spirit barred Paul's way to the north and the south and it was then that Paul could look west to see the Man of Macedonia. He found the first Church in Europe whose leader was a woman, Lydia from Thyatira
Summary: Luke shares with us the picture of a perfect role model for today - 1. A woman who was very successful in her career 2. A woman who possessed a deep conviction for God 3. A woman who was converted and committed to Jesus Christ
Summary: The message looks at the question, “How do I know what God wants me to do?” The key to answering that question is the Holy Spirit. The actual word that Jesus uses to describe the Spirit is Counselor.
Summary: Kids may disagree with their parents, but if we can teach them to trust us and obey, we help them set a pattern to listen and respond to the heavenly Father. Our complete obedience to the Lord allows Him to accomplish His purposes in and through us.
Summary: God still appears to us, and He still calls us in many ways. While it is hard to hear Him calling above the din of the world's chatter, He is calling, and He is visible for those who have eyes to see.
Summary: In explaining the role of baptism in the faith of Lydia, Acts 16:9-15 shows how this ordinance acts as a call to community. Through this baptism we see: 1) The Proclamation for Community (Acts 16:9-10), 2) The Place for Community (Acts 16:11-13), 3) The P
Summary: It’s important to understand that river rafting has many dangers and difficulties just as the journey of life does. We must know how to ride the river and manage the spiritual journey of life.