Blog Posts - Apostles



Sermon: Acts – Who’s The Governor?

Acts 12:19b-25 One of the things about having children is that whether you like it or not, you become acquainted with some of the television programming aimed at them. One of the shows to which I admit a sneaking fondness is called ‘The Slammer’.

Sermon: Acts – Supporting Mission (The Church At Antioch)

Acts 11:19-30 ‘We Know More Than Our Pastors’. That was the title of an article written ten years ago by a former pastor who argued that Christian participants in the emerging world of social media on the Internet (at that time, largely confined...

Sermon: Acts – Explain Yourself!

Acts 11:1-18 How many Christians does it take to screw in a light bulb? Three, but they are really one. How many agnostics does it take to screw in a light bulb? Agnostics question the existence of the light bulb. How many fundamentalists does it tak...

Review – Acts: An Exegetical Commentary, vols 1&2

Craig Keener’s Acts: An Exegetical Commentary is a vast and incomplete piece of scholarship.  It is vast because in print form it is over 2100 pages.  It is incomplete because these two volumes only cover up to Acts 14:28.  For … Conti...
by Biblical Preaching on Jun 25, 2014

The Great (Long) Ocean Road

Thanks to Julia and Vishal, I saw The Great Ocean Road in my second week of Melbourne (a month ago now). Despite the little bits of rain in the morning, we still had a great view of The Twelve Apostles. Great company, great conversations – and...
by Debbi Shibuya: A Hobbit's Tale on Jun 25, 2014

Final thoughts. Great Ocean Walk, Victoria. March 2014.

Sturm und Drang So, here I am. The final wrap-up of the Great Ocean Walk, which I completed for the third time this year. I've already written an overview from my last trip back in 2010, so why am I doing it again? Well, I thought it might make sen...
by Hiking Fiasco on Jun 6, 2014

Devils Kitchen to the Twelve Apostles, Great Ocean Walk, Victoria. March 2014.

The end is near. Here we are then. The final post from my Great Ocean Walk saga. As you've followed my travels on this particular hike, hopefully you haven't slipped into a coma too often. If you have, then I can retire as my work here is complete.
by Hiking Fiasco on May 26, 2014

Prayer power

The book of Acts was full of records of prayers. Why did the early disciples pray so often? They knew that was the key to the power from above. Prayers moved spiritual realm. The early believers knew and believed this. Jesus has taught this key by Hi...

Heaven can’t wait to hear from you: campaign for God through Gospel

Heaven can’t wait to hear from you, Jesus won’t stop loving, will you? Gospel Visionaries are hot. Our Lord’s heart throbs are unveiling new passage ways to Christ. Modern technology won’t cease and neither will Wisdom. For Scripture is fresh...
by His Truth in Living Words on May 8, 2014

Teaser du rocambolesque Zombie Fight Club de Joe Chien

Le réalisateur taïwanais Joe Chien (Zombie 108, The Apostles) continue avec son fétichisme des zombies dans son dernier film : Zombie Fight Club. L’on pourrait croire à une mauvaise blague ou à un scénario de film...
by Eastasianews on Apr 30, 2014

Thomas Sunday – The day of Disbelievers

A week passed since we Christian celebrated Resurrection of Christ (Pascha). Each year on first Sunday after Easter in orthodox Church is celebrated the so called Thomas Sunday. So why is it called Thomas Sunday and why it is the day of disbelievers?

Aussie 1: Great Ocean Drive from Melbourne

Tweleve Apostles as seen from the Chopper RideSo, after the series of blog posts on my South Africa trip, I am here again now blogging on my Christmas/New Year trip to Australia. This time again, the preparations started pretty early in August itself...
by Travelogues on Feb 26, 2014

When Taking Photos Time Disappears

Does time disappear when you take photos? I know it does for me! Recently over the last few months I have disowned this blog –  Camera Smash to put all my energy into growing F Stop Lounge. Now I feel F Stop Lounge is balanced in my photograph...
by Leigh Diprose on Feb 2, 2014

Take a road trip on the Great Ocean Road – Australia

One of the most stunning coastal drives in the world, the Great Ocean Road is Victoria’s prized possession, an Australian National Heritage site and one that attracts visitors both domestic and international all year round – and it isn’t hard t...
by Heather on her travels on Nov 14, 2013

Deliverance prayers from evil bondages

Acts 5 vs. 19 – Neither is there salvation in any other: for there is none other name under heaven given among men, whereby we must be saved. 1.     Angel of God deliver me from the prison of debts in Jesus name 2.     Prison clothes in...
by Save the World on Nov 11, 2013

Tips for Church growth: the early church

Acts 2 vs. 42 – 47 - 42 And they continued stedfastly in the apostles’ doctrine and fellowship, and in breaking of bread, and in prayers. 43 And fear came upon every soul: and many wonders and signs were done by the apostles. 44 And all th...
by Save the World on Oct 29, 2013

Tips for Church growth: the early church

Acts 2 vs. 42 – 47 - 42 And they continued stedfastly in the apostles’ doctrine and fellowship, and in breaking of bread, and in prayers. 43 And fear came upon every soul: and many wonders and signs were done by the apostles. 44 And all th...
by Save the World on Oct 29, 2013

The Gifts To The Church

Yesterday we finished reviewing the manifestations of the Spirit. Today, as we continue in the Spiritual Gifts series, let's take a look at the gifts the Lord Jesus gave to the Church, that is, the Body of Christ:...
by Laboring In The Lord on Oct 1, 2013

Why Did Paul Not Go to Jerusalem?

When Paul encounters the risen Jesus on the road to Damascus, he immediately goes to the synagogues in Damascus (Acts 9:19-25).  These are the synagogues which had likely informed the Sanhedrin that Hellenistic Jews were proclaiming that Jesus was t...
by Reading Acts on Sep 11, 2013

All about the Holy Spirit: what is the baptism? Speaking in tongues?

The Holy Spirit By Andrew Wommack There are few things more controversial in the body of Christ than the baptism of the Holy Spirit and the accompanying gifts. Much of modern-day Christianity sees the born-again experience as all there is to salvatio...
by God's Way on Sep 7, 2013


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