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Church

What we can learn from Acts: seven studies for groups

Church

What we can learn from Acts: seven studies for groups

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Publisher: Inter-Varsity Press
ISBN: 9781789741797
Number of Pages: 64
Published: 04/04/2020
Width: 14.8 cm
Height: 21 cm
In the book of Acts, we see the church unleashed on society to make God's kingdom known. Thousands came to faith, signs and wonders inspired awe, and the church was radically united together for God's work. But we also see the tensions of the early church - struggles over belief and holiness, leadership and unity. 2000 years later, how can we learn from Acts to be the church unleashed? These seven studies explore different aspects of the church seen in Acts and applies them for the church today as we work out our mission in the world. Specially designed for small groups and individuals based on the theme of Spring Harvest 2020, this workbook contains material for seven sessions, all of which help small groups engage with the Scriptures and apply them to daily life. Each study includes Bible passages, key thoughts and comments, questions to reflect upon or discuss, action points and prayer guidance.

Beki Rogers

Beki is the Principal of the St Edmund Courses in London and oversees one of the Lay Ministry (Reader) pathways for the London Diocese. She is also the Director of the London Centre of Spiritual Direction. She has been involved in teaching theology for fifteen years and has written and taught across London. Beki is very passionate about seeing people equipped to unpack and relate their faith to the 21st century as well as to engage in a deeper way with God. She is also a priest in the Church of England and with her husband runs a church in the East End of London where they share the house with their two teenage children, various placement students, a hamster and a destructive house rabbit!

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