As Barry continues through 1 Samuel 17, he points out that God doesn’t choose his heroes the way people do.
Barry begins a journey through 1 Samuel 17, emphasizing both the historical and literary contexts.
Barry heads back to Acts and reminds us of the centrality of the gospel, even in the midst of serious conflict.
We finish up Acts 14 and see the consistency found in the gospel through message and the need for contextualization.
The comparison continues as Barry talks through Acts 14, pointing out that the gospel message changes and yet always stays the same.
Barry heads back to Acts to continue the journey, pointing out some similarities between Chapter 3 and Chapter 14.
We continue our journey through the beginning of Exodus, focusing on Moses who is both oppressed and blessed.
Barry talks about the reluctance of Moses and what his story has to say about us.
Barry concludes Acts 13 and points out the power of responsibility and response.
Barry points out some interesting parallels that focus attention on true and false prophets in Acts 13.