Men's Bible Study with Brad Randall
Wednesday Evenings at 6 PM
End of the Beginning
May 18, 2022 • Brad Randall • Acts 28:23–31
As we come to the end of the Book of Acts, we are reminded that the story of the Body of Christ is still being written. He is still moving and the Gospel is still advancing throughout the world. The Church, God’s Children, are still called to live boldly and see God-given opportunities.
April 20, 2022 • Brad Randall • Acts 21:7–14
As Paul completed his missionary journeys, more suffering awaited him. Regardless of what was ahead, he remained obedient God’s call on his life. It teaches us that God’s call on our life usually means hardship and temptation will come. However, obedience is always worth it!
April 6, 2022 • Brad Randall • Acts 20:18–21
When Paul met with the Ephesian elders, he knew he was seeing them for the final time. However, his message didn’t change in that moment. The Gospel was still the focus and they were encouraged to finish the work of the Gospel that was brought to Ephesus.
The Christian Distinction
March 23, 2022 • Brad Randall • Acts 17:16–29
What makes Christianity so different from other religions? As Paul speaks in Athens, he speaks to those differences. When compared to religion, Jesus is more! He is more than graven images and idols. Finally, Jesus is certainly more than a body in a grave.
March 9, 2022 • Brad Randall • Acts 17:1–9
There are certain events that happen that completely alter the direction of life. In Thessalonica, the Gospel was turning many lives upside down, but plenty of people didn’t like the change. Regardless of the consequences, we are called to disturb the world by living for Jesus.
February 23, 2022 • Brad Randall • Acts 14:8–13
Paul and Barnabas find themselves in a unique situation whenever a miracle is performed, but they become the object of praise. The lesson is clear...God alone is worthy of praise. When we offer our praise elsewhere, we waste it. If we desire to receive the glory He deserves, then we rob God. Let us never misplace Glory.
February 2, 2022 • Brad Randall • Acts 12:5–17
How do we respond in difficult times? When James becomes the first Apostle martyred and Peter is imprisoned, the Church responded with earnest prayer and witnessed Peter miraculously being set free by an angel of God. Regardless of our situation, we are called prayerfully respond.
January 19, 2022 • Brad Randall • Acts 10:1—11:18
In the story of the Apostle Peter and Cornileus, God fulfills a promise. He not only provided salvation through Jesus for the Jews, but for the entire world. This moment reveals God’s boundless love for us to know Him as our Father and to be in relationship forever.
Happy New You
January 12, 2022 • Brad Randall • Acts 9:1–19
As we begin a new year, we see a story of a new man. Saul’s conversion from persecuting Christians to becoming a Christian is certainly gripping. But, even if your story of redemption doesn’t seem appealing it is still a miracle. It shows us the work that God does in ALL who turn from darkness into marvelous light.