We are about to begin our fall Bible study series, "Being a Christian in a Secular World." Faithful, passionate spiritual disciples who follow the teachings of Jesus are a minority in a largely secular society. How is it that we are to navigate the world as faithful Christians? Fortunately, we have an excellent guide in the Book of Acts. Acts describe the journey of faithful Christians in an unchristian world. There are a lot of practical lessons in Acts that apply to our situation today.
Join Pastor William as we learn from the experiences of Paul as he travels through the pagan world. We will study closely the biblical text, learn from the cultural context, and apply practical principles to daily life. We will have a daytime and evening session of this study each week. Our study times will be Wednesday morning at 10:00 a.m. and Wednesday evening at 6:00 p.m. Starting Wednesday, August 23.
"Being a Christian in a Secular World"
Lesson 1: Role of the Church (Acts 11:19-30)
Lesson 2: God's Protection (Acts 12:1-25)
Lesson 3: Being Sent (Acts 13:1-3)
Lesson 4: Facing False Teaching (Acts 13:4-13)
Lesson 5: Telling the Story (Acts 13:14-41)
Lesson 6: How People Respond (Acts 13:42-52)