From wreckage to Rome, Paul's final journey in Acts lands him where God had called him, where he continues to preach the gospel to the world.
Paul faces life-threatening dangers as he sails towards Rome, but the Lord is in charge and delivers him safely to shore.
Jesus conquers the grave, giving hope for His people and courage to Paul.
Paul explains and defends the centrality of the resurrection of Jesus Christ when testifying himself.
God's plan for Paul to reach Rome cannot be stopped as the laws and rulers serve His purpose.
God keeps Paul close to Felix to testify and reason about righteousness and self-control.
God is guiding Paul, through persecution, to reach Rome with the hope of the gospel.
In the midst of suffering and persecution for the gospel's clarity, the Lord comforts Paul and confirms his path towards Jerusalem.
Paul addresses the Jewish crowd about why he came to the temple, and in doing so, proclaims the grace and goodness of Jesus Christ.
Paul goes to Jerusalem for the sake of the gospel even though he knew suffering would come with him.
What does it mean for Christ to die for the church?
God has established the church with elders, who shepherd, oversee, and teach.
As Paul continues his missional journey, many themes of Christian mission rise up for the Church to consider.
The Gospel goes to Ephesus with transforming power and posture.
Within the tension of a life altering message and supernatural events, Paul encounters new people and places to clarify the gospel and proclaim Jesus is Christ.