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Christians today trace our heritage of faith to the first followers of Christ in the book of Acts. Through this captivating account of these believers, you will discover that modern-day culture is not all that different — and its lessons are just as applicable today as they were two thousand years ago.

Listen to the podcast alone, or use it as a supplement to Jill McSheehy's Bible Study, Journey through Acts. Either way, you'll enjoy digging into this incredible book of the Bible through the Journey through Acts Podcast!

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Oct 12, 2017

Why, when asked, "What must I do to be saved?" do we see two different responses in Scripture? 

It's more than semantics. Knowing the difference matters, whether we're seeking to know more about Jesus or whether we're telling another about Christ. 

Today we'll discuss the difference and why it matters in...

Oct 5, 2017

The early church wasn't always sunshine and roses. They went through some major growing pains, and in this week's episode we discuss arguably the biggest one.

On the table: do the Gentiles need to get circumcised and keep the law of Moses or not?

Fair question. But after no conclusion could be reached at Antioch, the...

Sep 28, 2017

Deep inside, do you desire for God to use you but you feel stuck in a perpetual waiting room? I've been there, and it's a frustrating place to be. 

What we often don't realize is 10 years passed between Paul's conversion to Christ and the commencement of his First Missionary Journey.

What did Paul do in those 10...

Sep 21, 2017

Have you ever found yourself "stuck" when praying for a friend or loved one? If you're honest, do you have more faith that an angel might visit you than that your prayer being answered? How do you pray for someone, knowing God can move mountains but will He change a hard heart?

We'll talk a bit about that on today's...

Sep 14, 2017

"You want me to do WHAT?" If Peter didn't know better, he must have thought the Lord was out of his mind. If he didn't think Jesus' ways  radical before, he certainly did now. But still, he obeyed what he didn't understand, and because of it, the world changed.

No longer could a select few claim a monopoly on God's...