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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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Nov 16, 2017

I hate cliffhangers, don't you? In a way, the book of Acts ends with a bit of a cliffhanger. In today's final episode of the Journey through Acts podcast, we'll explore why. 

And although this is the final episode of the Journey through Acts podcast, you will not want to miss the new Journey to Freedom podcast launching...

Nov 9, 2017

A boy overhears a murder plot and reports it in hushed tones. Though we don't know his exact age, some details lend clues. What courage he had!

If a boy can muster courage to risk his life to save his uncle, what about us? What in our lives requires courage? For me, sometimes it's the smallest of things that seem the...

Nov 2, 2017

When do we, as Christians, speak up? And when do we stay silent? What does a watching world see in us in the midst of chaos today?

It took unbelieving Gentiles to stop the riot in Jerusalem among God's people. The Jews so hated the message Paul preached -- that God made a way for Gentiles to be saved -- that they would...

Oct 26, 2017

Have you ever studied the Armor of God from Ephesians 6? If so, did it strike you as a bit odd? Out of place, even? I felt that way for many years, until I "met" the people of Ephesus in Acts 19.

In many ways, these people had a better grasp of the spirit world than we do in modern Christianity. In today's episode...

Oct 19, 2017

The further Paul travels from Jerusalem and the people of God, the more we see idolatry, immorality, and a general disregard for the things of God. 

So how does Paul adjust his method, while keeping his message the same? How does he reach a people who have little to no knowledge of God or Scripture?

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