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Why did the Church in Acts suffer? 

How did they respond to trials and suffering”

Join us this Sunday as we look at what Acts tells us about the place of suffering in the Christian life.

How do we cope in a world filled with bush fires, floods, climate change and Coronavirus?

Because God is sovereign, we can have hope and confidence that his plan for the world will be fulfilled.  Join us this Sunday as we look at the Sovereignty of God and his plan for the world as revealed in Acts.

Salvation is presented in Acts as a present reality, a continuing process and a future reality.  Our salvation will be complete with the second coming Christ and consummation of the Kingdom of God.

Join us this Sunday as we look at how salvation is presented in Acts as being by grace through faith in Jesus Christ. Yet we have to endure many trial to enter the Kingdom of God.

Today, should we expect to see the miracles that the Apostles did in the early church. A careful reading of Acts reveals that the Apostolic witness was unique and authoritative.

Join us this Sunday  as we look at how we come to faith when the Spirit enables us to meet Jesus as we believe the apostolic word.

The witness of the Apostles and disciples in Acts help us to understand what the Gospel is.

Join us this Sunday as we look at the speeches in Acts to see what is the Gospel they preached.

In Acts it seems as if the pages are alive with supernatural events.

Some believe the church today should see the same miracles and work of the Spirit appears in Acts.

Join us this Sunday at 9.30am as we look at how the Spirit worked in the NT Church and how he works in the church today.

And when they had prayed, the place in which they were gathered together was shaken, and they were all filled with the Holy Spirit and continued to speak the word of God with boldness. (Acts 4:31 ESV)

In Acts, Luke gives us insight into the fulfilment of God’s promise to give his Holy Spirit to his people.

Join us this Sunday as we seek to understand why the Spirit manifested himself to the church in the way he did, and what that means for us.

“Lord, how many times shall I forgive my brother when he sins against me? Up to seven times?” 22 Jesus answered, “I tell you, not seven times, but seventy-seven times. (Matt. 18:21-22 NIV)

Join us this Sunday as we look at what it means to forgive one another.

Give thanks to the LORD, for he is good. His love endures for ever. (Ps. 136:1 NIV)

This Sunday Bill Colyer (from AFES) opens up Psalm 136 to show us God’s love endures forever.  We see his love in creation, in judgement and in redemption

How do we cope with trials and suffering?

If we suffer does it mean God does not care?Join us this Sunday as we look at the attitude God wants us to have not just when we suffer, but in all our whole life.

Where we come from and where we are going to will determine how we live now.
Peter exhorts us that because the end is near, we are to be prepared to suffer for Christ, to commit our selves to our creator and continue to do good.

Join us this Sunday as we look at how we should live in these last days.

Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly, teaching and admonishing one another in all wisdom, singing psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, with thankfulness in your hearts to God. (Col. 3:16 ESV)

Join us this Sunday as we look at what it means to sing from the heart.

Peter wants his readers to own the name of Christ even if it means suffering.

They were to always to be able to give a a reason for the hope they had.

Join us this Sunday as we look at what it means to proudly own the name of Jesus, and why we should do it.

As you come to him, a living stone rejected by men but in the sight of God chosen and precious, you yourselves like living stones are being built up as a spiritual house, to be a holy priesthood, to offer spiritual sacrifices acceptable to God through Jesus Christ. (1 Pet. 2:4-5 ESV)