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Week 13 – Acts 25-26

Felix is not an expert in Jewish law and religious disagreements. But he does understand this much: at the heart of this brand new faith just beginning to spread is the claim that the man Jesus of Nazareth is not dead, but alive….

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Week 12 – Acts 23-24

The storm rages around Paul, and in the midst of it, he remains centered in what is most important: “I have a hope in God,” he says to Felix the governor when he is questioned in Caesarea (Acts 24:15).

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Happy St. Christopher’s Day!

St. Christopher is certainly a little rough around the edges, with his fearsome appearance and the unclear details of his life. But his name means “Christ-bearer,” and that’s a pretty great name for a church, in my book….

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Pentecost on our block?

The description of the day of Pentecost in the second chapter of Acts is filled with fantastic stuff: tongues of fire dancing on the heads of ordinary folks, languages of the world singing God’s praise, and a sound from heaven like a holy freight train.

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