Barry closes up Acts chapter 8 with the story of Philip and his faithfulness to share the gospel with the Ethiopian eunuch.
Barry heads back to chapter eight of Acts and points out the fact that everywhere the gospel of God goes people’s lives are transformed.
Barry continues teaching through Acts 8, introducing us to a new character in the church but certainly not a new problem.
Barry Creamer gets back into the book of Acts and reminds us that God’s people always share His message.
Barry continues in Acts 7, talking through Stephen’s sermon which is a stinging rejection of the religious leaders of his day that may just apply to us as well.
Our journey in Acts leads us to chapter 7 and Barry heads into Stephen’s illustrative sermon where we are reminded that God is always faithful even when it may not feel like it.
Barry heads back to Acts chapter 6 and suggests that the problem facing the church and its solution have one thing in common: the value placed on a life.