Philip and the Ethiopian Eunuch

We are a continuing on with our summer sermon series entitled “Praxis: A Community Filled with the Spirit”, which takes us through the book of Acts as we follow the early Christians learning what it means to follow Jesus. This week we looked at Acts 8 in which we hear about Philip’s incredible encounter with the Ethiopian eunuch.

Stephen

We are a continuing on with our summer sermon series entitled “Praxis: A Community Filled with the Spirit”, which takes us through the book of Acts as we follow the early Christians learning what it means to follow Jesus. This week we looked at Acts 6-7 in which we hear about the work, words, and death of Stephen and how he was turned from ordinary to extra-ordinary by the Spirit.

hiding and pretending

We are a continuing on with our new series entitled “Praxis: A Community Filled with the Spirit”, which takes us through the book of Acts as we follow the early Christians learning what it means to follow Jesus. This week we looked at Acts 5:1-11 in which we hear about the story of Ananias and Sapphira.

rise up and walk

We are a continuing on with our new series entitled “Praxis: A Community Filled with the Spirit”, which takes us through the book of Acts as we follow the early Christians learning what it means to follow Jesus. This week we looked at Acts 3-4 in which Peter & John heal a man who can’t walk.

life together

We are a continuing on with our new series entitled “Praxis: A Community Filled with the Spirit”, which takes us through the book of Acts as we follow the early Christians learning what it means to follow Jesus. This week we looked at how the first Christians were trying to figure out how to do life together from Acts 2:42-47.

fire and the spirit

We are a couple weeks in on a new series that will take us through the book of Acts and follow the early Christians. This week Mark explains the title of the series (Praxis: A Community Filled with the Spirit) as we hear about the story of Pentecost from Acts 2:1-41. The word “praxis” is the Greek name of the book of Acts, and it means “action”. The book of Acts is where we hear about the people of God learning how to follow the Spirit.

witnesses

We are starting up a new series that will take us through the book of Acts and follow the early Christians. This week Mark introduces the book with Acts 1:1-11 and compares what the early Christians witnessed while they were on earth with Jesus with what we ourselves have witnessed in our spiritual journeys.

the road to emmaus

From January to April we have been reading through the book of Luke together. This Sunday we read through the last section in Luke, the second half of chapter 24.

In today’s message Mark talked on the story of the Road to Emmaus from the Luke 24:13-35, the story from which we get the name of our church.