On Monday, our nation remembered and honored Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. While known mostly for his activism against racial injustice, he was first and foremost a minister of the Gospel and his faith served as the foundation for his commitment to achieve social justice. Dr. King lived his faith boldly and often incorporated scripture and the Gospel message in his now-famous speeches. The Bible calls believers to live their faith boldly and gives an example of what that looks like in Acts chapter 5. Join us Sunday as we dive into this example and see what it can look like to live your faith boldly.
As we confront the obstacles of a lingering pandemic and continued pressures to stay at home, it is imperative to continue meeting together. Something powerful happens when we gather.
Acts 2:1 says “When the day of Pentecost arrived, they were all together in one place.” God chose to pour out His Holy Spirit on a gathering of His people.