Confusion, false doctrine, and sheer foolishness continue to overwhelm the evangelical church— especially in the United States of America and in Europe.
It is important that Christians and local churches get back to basics, which means discovering how to live as followers of Christ and spread the Word.
Robert Kelvin Gee suggests that the best way to do this is to study how they did church at the very beginning. The Acts of the Apostles shows us this so clearly.
This book will take you verse-by-verse through the first twelve chapters of Acts, using a question-and-answer format to reveal how the church was born, how it grew, and how believers can ensure it stays on track. Get answers to questions such as:
• Why were the disciples commanded to stay in Jerusalem?
• What is the purpose of the Holy Spirit’s baptism?
• Did Jesus ascend from the Mount of Olives or from Bethany? And were there angels present or not?
Learn about the early church, ignite your faith, and spread the Word with the lessons and insights in this book.