Start of a new series: Persevere with Peter
How do we survive in a life full of setbacks and disappointments? What keeps you going? What do we need to stay on the road to salvation? And what does that road, or such a life then look like? Peter, follower of Jesus Christ and leader from the very beginning, writes a powerful letter about these important questions. He addresses his readers – including us in the coming weeks – as follows: “strangers living in exile.” Next Sunday we will read the opening verses. Three words stand out and are worth remembering: priesthood, praise and joy.
The Children’s Ministry
The children start a new series this Sunday, The Reigning King. Having seen Jesus through the eyes of Peter, we now see Peter’s eye-witness view of the early church.
This week’s bible passage is Acts 2:1-41. The Big Idea is that Peter, empowered by the Holy Spirit, convinces his audience that Jesus is alive and ruling. They must respond to be saved. What a great bible passage!
The memory verse for the series is:
But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you; and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth. Acts 1:8 [NIV]
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