Sunday December 31: “The Church In Acts” Acts 2:42-47
By Bobby Moore, Guest Speaker

Luke’s description of the Church in Acts is 2,000 years old. That said, the model for a Christian community Luke lays out in this short passage is just as relevant today as it was so long ago. If the Church wants to live out the call as a community of believers, then it ought to examine Luke’s words in Acts 2:42-47. 

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