Paul’s address to the philosophers of Mars Hill gripped them like iron, yet they still mocked it. Their reasons persist to this day. A provocation to the modern world, Christian or otherwise. Pastor Jay McCarl | Acts 17:16-34
In the age of cable news and social media, even bad information can sound believable. When it comes to sound doctrine, Christians can be the same way. Here’s a provocation that might keep the train on the tracks.
What is the Mark of the Beast? What is bedrock of Ministry? What do these two radically different subjects have in common? Very little, but Paul’s mission to the Thessalonians sheds a lot of light on both. Consider yourself challenged.
Pastor Jay McCarl | Acts 16:1-15
The Apostle Paul saw two enormous opportunities to preach to untold thousands—and God said ‘no’. He ended up with an audience of less than ten—all women—in a foreign land. And it changed the world…
Pastor Jay McCarl, Acts 15:36-41
Paul and Barnabas more than disagreed, they were furious. Who was at fault? Did they ever reconcile? Did any good come of it? What does it say to today’s ministers? A game-changer.
It has been said, “It’s not the enemy at the door, it’s the termites in the floor.” That’s the nature of perhaps the most insidious event of End-Times Prophecy—the Great Apostasy. Prophecy Update Part 3, Pastor Jay McCarl
He was possessed by a legion of demons until he met Jesus. Now, the Gadarene demoniac sat clothed and in his right mind and begged to follow Him—but Jesus wouldn’t let him. He had other, more wonderful plans. He’s like that, you know. Recorded in Hippos at Susita National Park, N. Israel.
The first missionary journey of Saul of Tarsus and Barnabas probably wouldn’t have happened if done the way we do things in the church today. Here’s what happened—and it reveals our part—especially today. Acts 13:1-3