Discover Acts Paperback
The Adventures of the Early Church
by Stephen Gaukroger;
A Bird's Eye View
Discover what really happened when the Church was just starting out & what that means for the Church today
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‘Discover Acts’ is an extensive and exhaustive book mapping out the book of Acts: the story of the first Christians and the birth of Christianity.
The book of Acts can at times make us feel inadequate in our faith. How could we possibly emulate/live up to the fathers of our faith – Paul, Peter, Timothy or Barnabus. This book is a blueprint of the scriptures, mapping out every detail and showing readers all the facts surrounding the historical times. Through reading this fascinating study you’ll discover every failure, fault and breakthrough the early followers faced and the amazing power of the Holy Spirit still available to those who answer God’s call today.
Discover the men and women God used to change the world, despite fierce opposition from Jerusalem and the Roman Empire.
Discover Acts by Stephen Gaukroger was published by IVP in June 2013 and is our 17147th best seller. The ISBN for Discover Acts is 9781844749034.
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Discover ActsJohnny Douglas, via The Good Book Stall
This title will beautify Christ's bride and encourage your confidence in the gospel and the power of our God. Gaukroger offers a great sweep of the dynamic of the early church.
This is a really useful exegetical meander over sixty chapters. There's lots of reference value, biblical sources included as well as provoking questions to the close of each chapter.
An accessible addition to all that resources the unfolding story of God's beloved church.....
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Details for Discover Acts
|Page last updated||26th April 2016|
|Author / Artist||Stephen Gaukroger|
|Publisher||IVP (June 2013)|
|Number of Pages||176|