Paul’s Mission to First Century Thessalonica has a cultural relevance for making Jesus known in 21st Century Scotland.
Derek Campbell opens up Acts 10 and shows how in in God’s Unfolding Purposes Peter is a changed man.
How are we to understand this passage? Is this simply a page in Luke’s diary? Or a further step in the expansion of the church? Or another column in a comparison of Peter and Paul? Or is there a deeper significance to this passage? The preacher takes up Acts 9:31-43
Sue Bottomley takes up Acts 9:1-31
John Bottomley shares from Acts Chapter 8 and explains how there are occasions when God brings good out of bad
In opening up Acts Chapter 7 Ursula Millar speaks on Stephen, Faithful witness and in so doing she reminds of the true nature of the Church.
John Bottomley continues in Acts Chapter 4 with a New Testament Prayer based on an Old Testament Psalm with practical out working in the Christian’s life
Visiting preacher Ken Drage takes us Acts 4
Continuing in the Acts of the Risen Lord Jesus by his Holy Spirit through his disciples, Sue Bottomley takes us to Acts 3 and the healing of the crippled man.
Derek Campbell takes up Acts 2 and the Church as we consider those who meet with the the risen Lord Jesus.