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Sermons on Acts

John Mark (2 Tim 4v11)

The Lord Jesus has a use for failures. When you fail; Don’t hide away your failures Don’t shy away from service John Mark’s encouraging example shows that spectacular failures can be spectacularly used; God’s grace is bigger than any of our failures.  

Silas (Acts 15,16,18)

Silas was happy to be twenty feet from stardom, out of the limelight for the sake of the spread and preservation of the gospel. Willing Workers are willing to Be Sent Suffer Serve But it’s only as we see Jesus’ service of US that we can ever truly serve Him…


If you could choose a nickname, what would it be? Joseph had a nickname – Barnabas – “Son of Encouragement” He encouraged God’s people as he Gave generously to God’s people Affirmed God’s people Spiritually fed God’s people But he wasn’t just a superhero – he was a man just like us – a man…

Aquila & Priscilla (Acts 18)

Do you have a home for the Lord? Priscilla and Aquila are an example of believers who opened their home in order to give Companionship Mentorship to those who they served alongside. Are we those who use all that we have to serve and encourage one another as we serve the Lord Jesus together?

Something worth everything (Acts 20v24)

As we commission Alex & Susannah Maclean to their work in East Africa, Acts 20v24 reminds us of the value and worth of the good news of God’s grace. It’s a gospel (worth everything you have) to keep believing to keep speaking Are we willing, with Paul, to consider our lives worth nothing in order to…

Jesus’ People are Bible People

Acts 2:42 describes to us the impact the Holy Spirit has on people as He brings them to trust in Jesus as Lord and Messiah. First in the list is that He transforms them into Bible people. That is people who are devoted to the apostles’ teaching.


As a church we must be ambitious to GO, but we must also be ambitious to grow. To GROW we must devote ourselves to being part of a Jesus-Filled community life. This is the picture painted for us in Acts 2v42.