The Book of Acts

Acts of the Apostles: Part 1 — Overview

The book of Acts is a guidebook for modern-day disciples or witnesses of Christ Jesus. It follows the spread of the Gospel and the growth of the Christian Church after his ascension. (Recommended for Sunday School teachers and Sunday School students ages 11-14)
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Acts of the Apostles: Part 2 — Structure

The Book of Acts is structured around the ministries of the apostles Peter and Paul, and the resulting geographical growth of the Christian Church from Jerusalem to Rome. (Recommended for Sunday School teachers and Sunday School students ages 11-14)
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Acts of the Apostles: Part 3 — Key Players

While many people are mentioned in Acts, there are two key players — and they have very different stories: the apostle Peter, and the apostle Paul. (Recommended for Sunday School teachers and Sunday School students ages 11-14)
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Acts of the Apostles: Part 4 — Themes

The main theme of Acts centers on the apostles being witnesses for Christ, and converting others through preaching, teaching, and healing. (Recommeded for Sunday School teachers and Sunday School students ages 11-14)Watch

Acts of the Apostles: Part 5 — Acts and Me

So, how does the book of Acts relate to you—right now? The Church didn't just grow by the personal power of witnesses; they were empowered and guided by the Holy Spirit, or Holy Ghost. And this same power is still at the heart of your own church work today. (Recommended for Sunday School teachers and Sunday School students ages 11-14)Watch