Sermon: The Simple Supernaturality of Acts

Concluding an interim sermon series on the meta-narrative imperatives of the Book of Acts, this message emphasizes the importance of the “simple supernaturality” of the church as recorded by Luke in the 1st Century. Church growth was not that spectacular or as explosive as we might make it out to be. We shouldn’t expect anything different today.

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