Sermons by Wes Gunn (Page 2)
In the earliest days of the church a massive dispute arose over how people were saved. Faith alone? Do we still have to keep the law? Their ability to sort this out meant the gospel would stay good news. Part 11 from Acts 15.
God assembled an incredible church in Antioch and gave them leaders to disciple them. The Holy Spirit selects two of them to be sent into the nations. It is a lesson for us in listening to and obeying the voice of the Holy Spirit. Part 10 from Acts 13.
The gospel encountered many cultural, national, and racial barriers. Yet none of these were too big for God to breakthrough. The first obstacle was his own people. Part 9 from Acts 10.
“Why did God let this happen?” is a common question. While we may never understand the full picture, the stoning of Stephen is a reminder that God is working even in the worst circumstances. Part 6 from Acts 6-8
Unfortunately, doing good isn’t always rewarded. Sometimes it comes with a price. Will the church fulfill its calling regardless? Part 5 from Acts 5.
The first few chapters of Acts look like the perfect church. Fortunately, Luke doesn’t whitewash history. Their struggle is both a warning and encouragement for us. Part 4 from Acts 4-5.
The church is born in a move of the Spirit. But what will it do? What will it look like for these people to do life together? Part 3 from Acts 2-4.
During a season of waiting, the first believers receive the gift of the Holy Spirit. Out of this moment the nations are invited respond to the message of Jesus and receive the gift as well. Part 2 from Acts 2:1-41
The resurrection of Jesus wasn’t the end of the story, but just the beginning. Luke lets us know this movement is getting ready to expand to the ends of the earth. Part 1 from Acts 1:1-11
The resurrection of Jesus comes with promises for you. Don’t miss God’s invitation to come alive! From Romans 8.
Jesus does a big free food giveaway and the crowd grows. But it won’t be free food that keeps them following. A transformation must take place to keep following him. From John 6.
Jesus makes a big statement about his exclusive nature–he is the way and the truth. What happens when we compromise this truth? From John 14.