The Tales of Saul and Paul

5/14 - 5/15/2022 (May 14 and 15) | Series: More Than Conquerors

The church could not stay a church of just the original 11 disciples forever. They understood this, as they brought new disciples, and anointed the position of deacons, to help with the work. God would help this process of expansion as well by enlisting the help of a man named Saul who was an ardent persecutor of followers of The Way. God opened Saul’s eyes, ordained him to spread the Gospel message, and thus began one of the most significant ministries of the past 2000 years.

We think of Paul as this upstanding Christian leader, but in his time and life, he spent every day working to move beyond his former deeds. He was not trusted by the other Christian leaders, nor was trusted by other followers. Yet, he persevered, always setting his eyes on the grace of God, and allowed his new life to not erase his past but use it to preach God’s goodness. Our pasts are real, and they actually make our present lives in Christ that much more meaningful.

Rev. Arthur Jones | 5/14/2022 | 5:30 PM Traditional

Rev. Arthur Jones | 5/15/2022 | 9:30 AM Traditional

Rev. Arthur Jones | 5/15/2022 | 11:00 AM Contemporary