Movement and Multiplication 4

For the past four years, from September to November, BCC has been looking into the Book of Acts, following the disciple's journeys once Jesus had ascended into Heaven and learning how the early Church and missions began. We are starting part four of the series from Acts 16.

Hebrews 11 Faith

Chuck Warnock
Sunday, 15th Oct 2017
Our guest speaker, Pastor Chuck Warnock from New Covenant Church, Texas, teaches from Hebrews 11:8-10 about how we need to come to a place in our lives where our faith can carry us through times of risk when we do not know where we are going, just as God did with Abraham.

Paul and Silas in Thessalonica, Berea and Athens

Graham Ashby
Sunday, 8th Oct 2017
In this message, Graham Ashby preaches through Acts 17 giving a first person account of what Paul went through and taught in each city, facing persecution from the religious pharisees.

Driven by Mission

Vlad Ciolan
Sunday, 1st Oct 2017
In this message, Vlad Ciolan teaches from Acts 16:16-34 looking at the event of when Paul and Silas were in prison and the earthquake came, they did not flee but were focused on the mission. We too must be focused on the mission not matter the circumstance we are in, we must always be looking for the one God has called us to reach.

Lydia the History Maker

Vlad Ciolan
Sunday, 24th Sep 2017
In this message, Vlad Ciolan teaches from Acts 16:11-15, looking at the life of Lydia, who although was an ordinary woman, helped to pioneer Christianity in the early Church. She became a history maker and Vlad encourages us to learn from Lydia so we too can become history makers.

Beginning a New Journey - Starting to See

Mark Wiltshire
Sunday, 17th Sep 2017
Pastor Mark Wiltshire kicks off our fourth part of our series 'Movement and Multiplication'. Starting with Acts 16, Pastor Mark talks about how God messes up our foundations so we can refocus and see where God wants us to start building.
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