If you’ve seen our church grounds this week then you’ll know that we’re under construction! We’ve been doing all sorts of earthworks as we’ve started to make the grounds around the church look nicer and become even better for all the things we love to do together. But, we’re still totally open for business!
This week we’re looking at a time just after the first Easter when the church was under attack from Satan. He tried to stop the growth of the church through persecution from religious leaders, and then from internal selfishness and corruption, and then finally from distraction from the main activity of speaking about Jesus. We’ll see all this as we look closely at Acts 4:32-6:7.
Plus, in our usual Question and Answer segment, I’ll be answering these questions that you’ve asked over the past few weeks:
1 How can we repent of all our sins if we can’t remember them all?
2 Is it bad for a Christian to want to date a non-Christian?
3 How can we love our neighbour if we don’t love ourself?
4 Can people predict the return of Jesus?
5 If someone believes in Christianity as well as another religion, will they go to heaven?
6 Did Jesus go to hell in the time between his death and resurrection?
7 Would the Bible writer have gone to hell if he made a mistake about Judas’ destiny?
8 Does Acts 4:19 show us how to respond to rulers who tell us to act contrary to God’s ways?
So, be sure to come and join us at 5pm Saturday, for an all-age service with kids’ program, hearty dinner, and youth group. Or come at 9am Sunday for a classic-style Anglican service with some great espresso afterwards.
Hope to see you this weekend!
Grace and peace, Jodie.