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02/09/20 – BOLD:  “A Bold Decision”
Acts 15:12-19 – The first big debate in the the church was over the question: who belongs? The early Christians then made a bold decision to not make it difficult for those who are turning toward God. We should do the same.
02/02/20 – BOLD:  “A Bold Shift”
Acts 11:19-21 – In the beginning of this movement that we call the church, the message of Jesus was spread among only Israelites. Why? There is a constant drift in human-hearts inward; to be concerned only with ourselves. In Acts chapter 11, some Jesus followers make a bold shift to move outside their group and begin to share the good news of Jesus with non-Jews.
01/26/20 – BOLD:  “A Bold Step”
Acts 5:27-41 – Even after they were threatened with death, the early Christians were bold in proclaiming Jesus Christ, even when they were persecuted. One way we can take some boldness baby-steps is this: when given the opportunity to invite someone to worship or to share our faith, we say something when it would be easier to say nothing.
01/19/20 – BOLD:  “A Bold Prayer”
Acts 4:23-31 – When threatened by the religious leaders, the apostles model how the church on mission should pray. Rather than praying for safety, they pray for even more boldness in sharing the message about Jesus.
01/12/20 – BOLD:  “A Bold Beginning”
Acts 2:38-39 – When we think of the church, we usually think of the church building, or maybe a church organization. While the church includes these things, they are not what the church really is at heart. In Acts 2 when the church began, we see that it is a movement of God that does not revolve around a set of teachings or beliefs, but rather around something that happened in history: the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead.
01/05/20 – “Better”
Philippians 3:7-11 – Of all the things that we could pursue in life to give us happiness, Jesus is far better. So as we start a new year, there is nothing better than to rededicate ourselves to our relationship with Christ.