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Unstoppable

Jesus tells his disciples that they will be better off without him because when he goes, the Holy Spirit will come (John 16:7) and they will do even greater things than he did (John 14:12). We see this in action in the book of Acts as God grows His Church from a handful of scared followers into an unstoppable worldwide movement that is still advancing 2,000 years later. Yet, an estimated 4,000 churches close their doors every year in America alone. How has something so powerful become so weak? What would happen if we let the Holy Spirit lead us and our church like they did in Acts? We would become unstoppable!

An Unstoppable Church TOPIC An Unstoppable Church

The 4 characteristics of an unstoppable church.

The Persevering Church TOPIC The Persevering Church

Jesus tells his disciples that they will be better off without him because…

Church in Context TOPIC Church in Context

Paul contextualizes the Gospel for the secular philosophers in Athens.

Church on Call TOPIC Church on Call

The "Macedonian Call" brings the Gospel to Europe.

Church at the Crossroads TOPIC Church at the Crossroads

* Unfortunately, this week we didn't get a recording from our usual source…

Church of the Open Door TOPIC Church of the Open Door

Paul and Barnabas conclude their missionary journey by giving a report…

Church on the Move TOPIC Church on the Move

  • Paul and Barnabas are commissioned as the first Christian missionaries.

  • Diversity…

Unstoppable Overview TOPIC Unstoppable Overview

Jesus tells his disciples that they will be better off without him because…

Church Attack! TOPIC Church Attack!

The church is engaged in an intense spiritual battle that is displayed…

Church has Left the Building TOPIC Church has Left the Building

Up until this point the Church has been largely confined within the…

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