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August 2013 to July 2014

Redemption Hill looks at the early Church and how Jesus sent its members to plant the church around the whole world. Join us as we study the Church on the Move.

Acts 28.16-31 Week 34

In our final week through the book of Acts we see that today in 2014 'The Church Still on the Move'.

 

Acts 21.1-36 Week 29

 

Acts Big Ideas Week 28

In this message Josh looks at 4 of the large themes that we find Luke hit on throughout the book of Acts. We will see how through Luke's repetition we learn what parts of Acts are to be applied to the life of the church today.

 

Acts 20 Week 27

 

Acts 18.1-23 Week 25

 

Acts 15.1-16.5 Week 22

 

Acts 13.1-52 Week 20

 

Acts 12.1-25 Week 19

Continuing through our study of Acts, Brady Ellingwood teaches through Acts. 12.1-25, looking at what the church is like when the focus is on the Kingdom of God and not the kingdom of this world. 

 

Acts 10.1-11.8 (part 1) Week 17
RH Vision & Mission

This week Josh takes the first part of the message to talk through the vision God has given the leadership for Redemption Hill. He then introduces the conversion of Cornelius in Acts. 10.1-11.18 (part 1 of 2).

 

Acts 9.23-43 Week 16

Often we can lose the forest for the trees when it comes to how God works in His church. This week we take a step back to remind ourselves of the forest of God's grace that is put on display in the book of Acts and seek to remember that Jesus is building the church, and He does this in many different ways.

 

Acts 9.1-22 Week 15
A Tale of Two Governments

Matt Williams looks at the conversion of Saul in Acts. 9 in his first message at Redemption Hill, entitled "A Tale of Two Governments".

 

Acts 6.1-7 Week 12 
Secular & Sacred

As we jump back into our series through the book of Acts, we come Acts 6.1-7 and see the priority of both the apostles to commit themselves to the Scriptures and Prayer, but also in the care for those in need. We see the early church dealing with the false view that there is a secular & sacred divid.

 

Acts 5.12-42 Week 11 The Disciples Obedience

As we finish up part one of our series through the book of Acts, we come Acts 5.12-42 and the story of the disciples getting arrested for obeying God. In this passage we see the obedience of the disciples and them being saved from the hand of the religious leaders by their sovereign Lord

 

Acts 4.32-5.11 Week 10 Mission > Community

This week we look at how the mission of God compelled the disciples to a deeper, more robust Jesus dependent community than if they had simply focused on being in community with one another.

 

Acts 4.23-31 Week 9 Story-formed Disciples

In our ninth week through the book of Acts (4.23-31) we get to see the reaction of the disciple to persecution and trails. For the first time their faith is tested. Yet, through this testing we see that the disciples firmly understood who was the author of the story of their lives.

 

Acts 4.1-23 Week 8 - Boldness Comes

Josh walks through the disciples reaction to the charges of the religious leaders in Acts 4.1-31 in our 8th message in the book of Acts.

 

Acts 3.11-26 - Week 7

Nate Littlefield looks at Acts 3.11-26 and Peters address to the crowd after healing the lame beggar.

 

Acts 2.14-47 Week 4
Questions bring for Good News

Josh looks at Peters message to the crowd on the day of pentecost in Acts 2.14-47 and how it sets forth a pattered seen throughout Acts of using the open door of 'questions' to bring forth the good news. 

 

Acts 2.1-13 Week 3
People and Power

Redemption Hill looks at the early Church and how Jesus sent its members to plant the church around the whole world. Join us as we study the Church on the Move.

 

Acts 1.12-26 Week 2
Spirit Given

Join us as Josh he looks at the 'poster of a disciple' in the early church. See where we can grow in our reliance upon the Spirit to bring about what Jesus has promised to do.

 

Acts 1.1-11 Week 1
Setting and Purpose of Acts

Join us as Josh starts our series through the book of Acts that will take us through the end of the year and well into 2014. Week one covers the setting of Acts, and the purpose for Acts in our common day.