Category Archives: Acts 20

Sermon Series: The book of Acts

This is a two-year study taught in a Sunday School Class. One week we studied the chapter, the following we discussed it. Acts 1- Preparing to be witnesses Acts 2 – The Beginning Of The Church. Part 1 Acts 2 – the Beginning of the Church part 2 Acts 3 – The Power Of The […]

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Encouraging Leaders of the Church to Lead Well (Elders/Pastors/Bishops) Acts 20:17-38

Here is the audio recording for Acts 20:17-38 taught during our Sunday School hour at Village Bible Church. In this section Paul addresses the elders (bishops, overseers, bishops) of Ephesus. The elders (“presbyteroi” v. 17- see Acts 14:23; Titus 1:5) are the leaders of the church who lead with maturity. They are also the bishops or overseers […]

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Encouraging & Strengthening Others, Worshipping on the Lord’s Day! Acts 20:1-17

It is interesting too that today in our Sunday School we got to put into practice much of what we learned. We had a visitor that showed up seeking help  and from the moment she walked into our church one of our class members spoke to her. She came to our class, listened and cried. […]

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