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Steve’s Latest Blog Posts

  • The Gospel Is For AllFebruary 22, 2016 - 10:54 am

    Philip’s evanglization of a town in Samaria came to the attention of the apostles (Acts 8:4-17).  When Peter and John arrived they observed that the Holy Spirit had not completed the process: an important part of every Christian’s baptism (cf., Acts 2:38). Once the apostles laid hands upon the recent converts the Holy Spirit validated the advance […]

  • Killing StephenFebruary 15, 2016 - 9:11 am

    Stephen was filled with wisdom and the Holy Spirit.  His masterful use of the Old Testament during his defense in the Sanhedrin verified his value as a promising young man with a a gift for defending the Gospel and casting a vision for the kingdom.  He understood as well as any of the first Christians that […]

  • BoldnessNovember 22, 2015 - 9:40 pm

    It happens.  That once-in-a-lifetime moment when millions of people are able to witness your faith because you had prayed for boldness. Of course, you do it in small ways every day by not only the things you choose not to do; but, also, by the things that you do.  A word with this person.  Another […]

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April 17, 2016 – Cornelius (Acts 10:1-11:18) – God brought together two unlikely individuals: The Jew, Peter and the Gentile Centurian of the Italian Regiment, Cornelius.  Tightly synchronized visions and travel plans came together at the end of Peter’s vision and a knock at the door.  Beyond Peter’s deduction that God no longer identified people as impure or unclean (Acts 10:28) his impromptu gospel sermon relied heavily upon the Jewish nature of the Messiah’s mission and ministry in Israel.  The sudden imparting of the Holy Spirit while Peter was speaking was a shocking surprise, especially to those ‘circumcised believers’ (Acts 10:45).  Indeed, when Peter returns to Jerusalem to explain the events of Caesarea his harshest critics are the ‘circumcised believers’ (Acts 11:2).  The story of Cornelius tells us that we serve a God who is not limited by our expectations and provincial visions; “…who was I,” Peter said, “to think that I could stand in God’s way?” (Acts 11:17).

The Gospel Is For All

February 21, 2016 – Jesus predicted that the good news would go forth from Jerusalem to Samaria, to Judea and to the rest of the world (Acts 1:8).  It would take the violent death of Stephen and the persecution of Christians in Jerusalem to make it happen (Acts 8:1, 3).  Philip was one of the first to evangelize in Samaria and he baptized many.  After the apostles came to witness this venture into new horizons the Holy Spirit validated God’s blessing upon the Samaritans through the laying on of the apostle’s hands. Peter’s encounter with Simon, however challenges us as we test our own reasons to follow Christ.

The Glory of God & The Law

January 31, 2016 – In Acts 7 Stephen is defending himself by addressing the four accusations that were falsely put against him. He is meeting before the 70 members of the Sanhedrin, made up of religious rulers and scholars. Stephen is making the point that in spite of the wonderful things God did to reach out to His people they still rejected Him and sought their own way.  Yet, God continued to show mercy.  Why? Because He saw the cross on time’s horizon.  Just as God showed mercy to man in anticipation of the cross, so also God shows mercy to us because of what He did for us at the cross.