Why did God’s Old Testament people gather by rivers? Was it safety? Was it the fish? We’ll explore mission work in the early church and what Paul did to share his Savior with the world.
Idols come in all shapes and sizes. They don’t have to fit on your fireplace mantle or your night stand. Some look like your children or your job. Other idols resemble money or credit cards. Anything that sneaks into the first place in your life is an idol. We’ll explore this timely topic in our Sunday morning Bible class: Ends of the Earth – Idolatry.
Paul and his evangelist companions get their first look at Philippi, a Roman colony in the continent of Macedonia, modern day Greece. There are a few obvious challenges and opportunities that present themselves. What challenges and opportunities do you face in life? You don’t need to go to a foreign country to find them!
Go into all the world! Oh, is that all… How can such a huge task be accomplished by only Christians? Easy. One soul at a time! That might not seem like the best way to go in a world of social media and the internet, but friendship evangelism is still a powerful method of sharing our Savior.
We live in a godless world that hates our Lord. So what’s the good news? God has placed us there to be his witnesses. There is much more to that. How can we interact and function in a society that is so counter to everything that the Christian stands for? Watch and find out!