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Acts 26:1-18 (September 15, 2019)

Paul's defense to King Agrippa includes the third retelling of his dramatic conversion on the road to Damascus in the Book of Acts.  Interestingly, this time, Paul includes a famous proverbial saying from a Greek playwright bringing out the irresistibility of our calling from God.  

 

Acts 25:13-27 (September 8, 2019)

The continuation of Paul's legal troubles in Caesarea not introduce a new and important character.  Festus, perplexed with what charges to present to the Emperor regarding Paul, meets up with Herod Agrippa II, a heavily Romanized Jewish king, who will hear Paul's defense.

 

Acts 25:1-12 (September 1, 2019)

Paul's favorable position is put in jeopardy when Felix is recalled to Rome and replaced by Festus.  Festus, eager to ingratiate himself with his new subjects, hears the Jews charges against Paul and attempts to have Paul transferred back to Jerusalem for trial.  Paul, sensing that he will have better chances of acquittal in Rome, appeals to Caesar and Festus is obliged to comply. 

 

Acts 24:24-27 (August 25, 2019)

Felix's attempt to provide entertainment for he and his wife end up becoming a fearful experience as Paul confronts them with faith in Jesus Christ and the judgement to come.  As is all too common in the human experience, Felix temporizes with his decision on what to do with this information.  

 

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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.  

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