The Joy of Sending

  •   Jan 14, 2024   •     •   Acts 13:1–3

In his wisdom, God calls upon churches to start and strengthen other churches. At Mount Vernon, strengthening existing churches is part of our corporate DNA. We labor to know, encourage, … Continue reading

Will You Listen?

  •   Nov 06, 2022   •     •   Acts 28:11–31

Paul made it to Rome at last, where Christians welcomed him! He evangelizes members of the Jewish synagogue, issues a stern warning, and then spends two years boldly proclaiming the … Continue reading

Can You Trust the Bible?

  •   Oct 23, 2022   •     •   Acts 27:1–28:10

Paul sets sail for Rome only to be sidetracked by a terrible storm. God sends an angel to inform Paul that he will spare everyone on board, though the ship … Continue reading

Would You Persuade Me to Be a Christian?

  •   Oct 02, 2022   •     •   Acts 25:13–26:32

Paul, once again, stands before the political and religious leaders of Judah. Festus has sought Agrippa’s help to discern what Paul has done to deserve imprisonment. Paul, having been told … Continue reading

Can Authority Be Trusted?

  •   Sep 18, 2022   •     •   Acts 25:1–12

Once again, Paul is on trial. This time, he stands before the Roman governor, Festus. Though Festus remains convinced Paul is innocent, he resolves to send Paul to Jerusalem for … Continue reading

What is a Clear Conscience?

  •   Sep 11, 2022   •     •   Acts 24:1–27

Paul cheerfully defended his innocence while standing before governor Felix in Caesarea. The Jewish leaders of Jerusalem accused Paul of insurrection and, even more significantly, of preaching against Judaism. Paul … Continue reading

Is Christianity a Threat?

  •   Sep 04, 2022   •     •   Acts 23:12–35

Read through these chapters of Acts carefully, and you’ll notice a pattern: Paul is questioned, attacked, and saved only to be questioned, attacked, and saved. Look closely, and you’ll notice … Continue reading

Is the Gospel for Israel?

  •   Aug 14, 2022   •     •   Acts 22:30–23:11

Standing before Judah’s leaders, Paul got to the core of his message—the hope and resurrection of the dead. Facts revealed to us in Scripture are the historical foundation for Christianity: … Continue reading

When Do Words Not Work?

  •   Aug 07, 2022   •     •   Acts 21:37–22:29

Paul is under arrest in Jerusalem. The citizens view him as a traitor because they believe the gospel undermines the law, the temple, and the sacrifices. The Roman officials don’t … Continue reading

More Than Silver or Gold

  •   Feb 22, 2022   •     •   Acts 3:1–10

Audio recorded at Feed My Sheep Conference 2022. This recording is Session Three from Matt Dye. Continue reading

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