The Movement Through Acts by Dr. Oscar T. Moses

The Movement Through Acts

byDr. Oscar T. Moses

Kobo ebook | May 13, 2017

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If you’re ready to break free from spiritual stagnation, Jesus is ready—and His church needs you! 
What if Christians weren’t sticks in the mud but agents of Spirit-driven change in a downtrodden world? Imagine if God’s people once again took up His mission to bring the gospel of life to a world governed by death! 
Dr. Oscar T. Moses—pastor of Mt. Hermon Missionary Baptist Church in Chicago, and president and CEO of Exodus Unlimited—seeks to reinvigorate the Body of Christ through this powerful, accessible study of the book of Acts, which explores the transformative movement of the early church. 
In this supplementary workbook for The Movement in Acts, Dr. Moses summarizes each chapter of the book with review questions designed to engage church members and other readers in the Bible study process. 
This workbook includes: 
– review questions for each main chapter of The Movement in Acts 
– sets of additional Group Questions for selected chapters 
– an application-oriented action step for each chapter 
– notes pages so you can jot down important information, thoughts, and questions 
God endowed the church with His own power to change the world, and His power hasn’t changed—but the 21st-century church is failing to implement it. We have turned the church into a museum for God’s truth when His Word is meant to inspire a movement. 
The church is not a has-been! God still empowers the church to be a mighty instrument of His good and perfect will in this world. So pick up your copy of The Movement Through Acts today and start living dynamically by the Holy Spirit!

Title:The Movement Through ActsFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:May 13, 2017Publisher:SermonToBook.comLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1945793155

ISBN - 13:9781945793158