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03/26/17 - "The Author of Life"
                    Acts 3:11-16
04/02/17 - "The Restoration of All Things"
                    Acts 3:17-26
04/09/17 - "No Other Name - Part 1"
                    Acts 4:1-12 
04/16/17 - "No Other Name - Part 2"
                    Acts 4:1-12


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Posted: March 19, 2017

Every miracle we witness in this life is a foreshadowing of a great, ultimate restoration to come. This week on No Falling Word, we’ll learn that one day, God will do on a massive scale, what he did for one needy man at the temple gate, thousands of years ago… He’ll heal every wound and make all things new.

Posted: March 12, 2017

On No Falling Word, we’ll learn how the account of a crippled man, healed by the power of Jesus’ name, is really a parable that reflects the entire human condition. Tune in as we discover that God is at work today, just as he was in the disciples’ time, healing and restoring those who’ve lost hope.

Posted: March 05, 2017

We tend to think of church in terms of services and meeting spaces. But for the very first Christians, church was more about meals than it was about meetings. This week on No Falling Word, we’ll continue through our study in the book of Acts as we discover that dinner parties can be deeply spiritual!

Posted: February 26, 2017

On  No Falling Word, we’ll look at one of humanity’s most pervasive problems - loneliness. Join us for a message entitled “Belonging Together,” as we discover that the cure for loneliness is wrapped up one, powerful Greek word, and in God’s perfect design for how the church should function.

Posted: February 19, 2017

If there’s one, major problem with modern day church plants, it’s that so many are forsaking the faithful, sound teaching of God’s Word. But as believers, we need teaching like we need food and water. This week on No Falling Word, we’ll study Acts chapter 2 as we learn what the church is truly called to be.

Posted: February 12, 2017

We hear churches described as all sorts of things - thriving, dead, relevant, stale. This week on No Falling Word, we’ll learn that according to God’s definition, there is just one important, determining factor for any church: is it Spirit-filled? Join us as we discover what Acts can teach us about the modern day church.

Posted: February 05, 2017

This week on No Falling Word, Dr. Liam Goligher will remind us that the Word of God has the power to transform lives! We’ll continue our study in the book of Acts and he’ll challenge us with the question: When people’s destinies are at stake, how can we be anything less than sold out in our preaching of the gospel?

Posted: January 29, 2017

Imagine the scene: The whole city of Jerusalem abuzz with the news of the resurrection, and it’s citizens questioning its implications. In crucifying Christ, had they really murdered God himself? Join us this week on No Falling Word as we dig further into the book of Acts and the events of Pentecost.

Posted: January 22, 2017

Our good works may certainly bear witness to our faith. However, at the end of the day, the Gospel is still a message - and it still requires a verbal explanation. Tune in this week for No Falling Word, when Liam will suggest that if Jesus is not alive, then Christians should be the most pitied of all people.

Posted: January 15, 2017

With the crucifixion and resurrection of Christ just barely six weeks past, the very first Christian sermon was preached to a hostile audience in Jerusalem. The result? 3,000 new believers! This week on No Falling Word, we’ll learn that God speaks through ordinary people who are willing to be used by him.