Sermons by Mark Kernan
Text: Acts 12:1-25 Main point: Faithful Christians may face every manner of danger but those who oppose God are facing a far greater danger.
Text: Acts 11:19-27. I. The Mission of the Church is Advanced Through the Faithful Witness of Everyday Christians (Acts 11:19–21) II. Christian Maturity Requires a Cadre of Faithful Gospel Servants (Acts 11:22–26) III. The Health of a Church is Revealed in its Concern for Other Christians (Acts 11:27–30)
Text: Acts 10:1–11:18. C. No matter how moral or religious a person might be; sinful humans are saved one way— hearing and believing the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Text: Acts 9:1-9 Main Idea: The grace of God can soften the hardest heart.
Text: Acts 8:26–40 Main Point: Nothing in your past can prevent you from finding lasting joy in Jesus and being fully incorporated into the family of God.
Acts 8:4–17 Main Idea: There are no second-class citizens or unwanted stepchildren in the family of God.
Text: Acts 8:1–25 Main Idea: Gospel success is not as cut and dry as we would like it to be. Sometimes people respond to the gospel in false belief, foolishly hoping they can receive the benefits of God apart from God himself.
Text: Acts 6:8-7:60 Main Idea: Israel’s long history reminds us that faithless familiarity with the things of God blinds us to the glory of God and breeds every manner of rebellion.
Text: Acts 6:1-7 Main Idea: The mission of the church requires that it prioritize the preaching of the Word while actively ministering to the physical needs of its members.
Text: Acts 5:12–42 Main Idea: Opposition and persecution cannot stop the advance of the gospel; rather they unwittingly reveal the active power of Jesus in the persevering faithfulness of his blood-bought people.