So, you want to be saved. What do you have to do to make that happen? That's what the jailer asked of Paul and Silas: "What must I do to be saved?" Our tendency is to answer that question with a list or prerequisites about what I must do, what you must do. If we are "good" people, we will go to heaven,right? But that's another one of those "un-truths" that we've been looking at in our series from Acts 16. Join us this Sunday, Feb 19, for the truth about how we can be saved. 8:30 a.m. at WilsonHub and 10:00 a.m. at the church on Garner. The Lord's Supper will be celebrated at both services.
Pastor Adam preaches this Sunday, February 12. We are working our way through Acts 16, discovery that a lot of things that people believe about following Jesus and being a Christian, aren't in the Bible at all!
Bad things shouldn't happen to good people, right? It's another one of those sayings that isn't in the bible. In Acts 16:19-24, lots of really bad stuff happens to Paul and Silas. If we look only at that text, we fail to see that there's a lot more going on. Yes, bad things will happen to "good" people, but there's a bigger story. Join us, Sunday, Feb 5, 8:30 am at WilsonHub or 10:00 am at the church.