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Pastor Joe Schloegel – An exposition of Acts 9 (incl. supplemental passages)
– Upon the conversion of Paul on the Damascus Road, his entire life became forfeit for the sake of the gospel, and he dedicated himself completely to serving the will of his master, Jesus Christ. He faced every hardship and trial imaginable, yet he never abandoned his ministry. This is an example for every Christian, as it demonstrates how one lives when their ministry is not about themselves, but rather about serving God in Christ.
Pastor Joe Schloegel – An exposition of Acts 8 & 9
– Following the Day of Pentecost, the gospel began to be proclaimed all over the Jewish world. From Philip preaching to the Ethiopian Eunuch, to Paul’s conversion on the Damascus Road which would lead to his ministry to Gentiles, the gospel wet out in force, reaching far and wide and causing many to repent and believe, whether Jew or Greek, slave or free.
Pastor Joe Schloegel – An exposition of Acts 6, 7, & 8 (incl. supplemental passages)
– Simon the Magician was an individual who professed faith in Jesus Christ, and even followed after the teaching of the gospel. Yet, it became apparent over time that his conversion was not genuine. Using this example, we are challenged to test out faith, as not everyone who makes a profession with their mouth is truly transformed in their heart. The question then becomes, “How can we know when someone is truly saved?”
Pastor Joe Schloegel – A topical sermon
– In this sermon, Pastor Joe Schloegel guides us through a biblical examination of leadership in the life of the church, including what it should look like and how it should function according to the Word of God, as well as the qualifications for those who aspire to a leadership role.