Because we live in a society that widely accepts and perhaps even endorses Christianity, it is easy to be lulled into a secular version of Christianity. It's a powerless version where we all know the stories, and if asked we answer the questions. Jesus died to save us, be good, be nice, be clean, and then go to heaven.
But God is calling His children to so much more -- to a transformation in His presence; to a Spirit-controlled life; to take risks to step out and boldly proclaim the gospel. Join Andy Royer as we look at Acts 4:1-31.