This Week at Providence
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Acts 28:30-31 (November 17, 2019)
As Luke concludes the Book of Acts, he ends with a legal term that translates to unhindered, meaning Paul was able to share the Gospel freely without any legal hindrance during his 2-year imprisonment. Based on several documents, there is evidence that Paul was able to take a Fourth Missionary Journey encircling most of the Mediterranean Sea.
Acts 28:23-29 (November 10, 2019)
Acts 28:16-22 (November 3, 2019)
Almost as soon as Paul gets situated in Rome, he calls the leading Jews together to give an explanation of how he came to be there. Perhaps because of the trying weather through the winter, the Jews had not heard any complaints against Paul from Judea. The Jews are interested though in hearing more about Paul's sect: one that is spoken against everywhere.
Acts 28:11-16 (October 27, 2019)
Luke's travelogue of the journey from Malta to Rome emphasizes the fact that Paul is in the West now - an untraveled area for him about which he would have only heard and read. Apprehensive about the Roman Church's response to his earlier letter, he is encouraged by the dramatic show of affection and respect as two delegations come out to meet him before he reaches the epicenter of the Known World.
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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.