Reinventing Church: Acts 4
By Pastor Bill Flavin | Scripture: Acts 4

Do we fall into the trap of believing that what lies ahead in our lives is simply more of what we have already experienced. What if God is up to something new?

This week we read Acts 4:1-22, and saw the disciples get arrested and placed on trial for healing a blind man. The disciples are criticized for sharing about Jesus with others, for being witnesses, for sharing their first hand accounts of the power and impact of Jesus in their lives. How is God working through these “ordinary people?”

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