Sermon delivered at Hartstone Bible Camp: Here in Acts 14 in Lystra and in Acts 17 in Athens where Paul speaks to the Stoic and Epicurean philosophers on Mars Hill, the Aereopagus, we have the two cases in the book of Acts where Luke records a presentation of God and the gospel that is packaged […]
Acts 2:37-44 We often hear people talking about fellowship. We hear it said that what we need is more fellowship. But our modern ideas of fellowship have become so watered down and skewed that the word no longer carries the same meaning it did in New Testament times. We’re missing something vital here and it […]
Sunday, July 16th 2017 | Acts 10:24-11:1 The use of tongues in churches and as a “private prayer language” over the past century has become an explosive, and sometimes divisive issue, even schisming churches and causing entirely new denominations to form. But what are “tongues”, from a strictly Biblical perspective? Are they a kind of […]
Sunday, July 2nd 2017 | Acts 2:5-21 Many Christians get excited when they think of the tongues spoken at Pentecost. But was that what tongues were intended to evoke? Or were they intended by God to evoke a very different reaction?
Sunday, June 17th 2017 | Acts 2:1-4 First sermon of the series. This sermon discusses the Old Testament preparation for the event of Pentecost and the types and shadows pointing to the Acts 2 event.
Sunday, October 16th 2016 | Acts 3:1-4:22 Peter and John interact with a crippled beggar seated at the Gate Beautiful. The fascinating cultural background set us up to illuminate vital truths about Jesus Christ! About Karl Poppelreiter: Karl has been a pastor/elder in the Sierra Nevada mountains. He served as pastor/elder with Eric Peterman from 1991 […]