This Week at Providence
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Acts 12:1-17 (July 29.2018)
The Apostles, who had enjoyed relative peace and popularity in Jerusalem, experience persecution from Herod. James is executed and Peter is imprisoned. Despite the very best in prison technology that was used to keep Peter contained before his execution, God helps Peter to escape. The fervent prayers of the Jerusalem Christians are miraculously answered - a reminder to us that no technology can frustrate the providence of God.
Acts 11:27-30 (July 22, 2018)
Two accounts of the same event, one from Luke in Acts and the other from Paul in Galatians, detail an important event in the early Church. Luke's accounts stresses the growth and generosity of the Gentile believers in Antioch as they send Barnabas and Saul to Jerusalem with a gift to help during a prophesied famine. Paul's account demonstrates that the Apostles had accepted the new paradigm of believers no longer needing to be circumcised. Also, it provides an insight into the chronology of this period.
Acts 11:19-26 (July 15, 2018)
Acts 11:1-18 (July 8, 2018)
Acts 10:23b-48 (July 1, 2018)
This Five-part series is an examination of the final Song of the Suffering Servant in the Book of Isaiah. Each week includes a detailed look at one of the stanzas from this prophetic song. Biblical scholars searched the scriptures to discover who Isaiah was describing, but it wasn't until Jesus came that a definitive answer was given.
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Preaching of the Word
Pastor Coleman practices the classic method of lectio continua: the systematic exposition of the books of the Bible in sequential format.
A careful interpreter of Scripture, he prepares sermons that are models of biblical content and edifying clarity.
Below are a few selected brief messages with the good news of Jesus Christ.