Contributed on Jan 31, 2015
The essential and non-negotiable role (need) for the Holy Spirit in the church's mission.
Contributed on Jan 3, 2015
If we are going to follow the Church of Acts we must break down the doors of fear and burst out of the holy huddle of the upper room; we must allow the Holy Spirit to use us in this day and age.
Contributed on Jan 11, 2015
The reason the first century church turned the world upside down was not because of some religio-socio-economic “perfect storm” that made their message ripe for the but rather it was the fixed and unswerving centrality of Jesus Christ as their message.
Contributed on Jan 17, 2015
The real component in the success of the first century Christians lies not in external tactics but with their internal values … their Christ-like character.
Contributed on Jan 24, 2015
Throughout the ages Jesus’ church has been flexible and adaptive in its tactics and methods but there are some crossovers which always seem to be present when the church is effectively winning the lost.