search the ark
browse the ark

35328 total results

In complete archive


Title
Description
Author or Date

Bible reading by Marcus Reeves. Bales explores what the church in Antioch was like. He shares stories from working in Pakistan to show God's grace in Jesus. Bales offers encouragement to the congregation in Canberra. Bales explores the relationship between Barnabus and Saul, their teaching and their work in Antioch. Some discussion around prophesy in comparison to the scriptures. Bales explores the leadership team, highlighting their responsibilities and that none of them are locals.

Bales, John

McDonald discusses God's guidance, both his methods and his promises. He explores how the Spirit and the Word work together. McDonald explores that we run to God's freedom and ignore his promises, and encourages his listeners to not play up God's freedom or play down God's promises. McDonald reminds his listeners that God is soverign and is able to guide. He explores God working his will through our will, with examples from Acts and from Genesis. Detailed discussion on applying the Bible to decision-making.

McDonald, David

Fiocco speaks on Acts 10-11, to address favouritism and racism in our churches. He gives an overview of chapters 7-9, and then chapter 10 is read. Fiocco explains the Jewish understanding of salvation, and the racist gap between Jews and Gentiles that ensued. He explains the need for change in the Jewish heart, and Acts 10:9-23 is read. Fiocco expounds Peter's dream, and the visit to Cornelius. He provides a summary of Peter's presentation of the gospel. Discussion of the effect on the Jewish church in Jerusaleum.

Fiocco, Dom

Fiocco explores what makes a good church and what to look for. He explores the events and outcomes of Pentecost, but stresses that what happened is descriptive, and is unlikely to happen in a contemporary church. The marks of a good church - a learning church, a fellowshipping church, a worshipping church, a joyful church, an evangelistic church.

Fiocco, Dom

Opens with Bible reading. Fiocco provides background to who Saul was. He summarises Saul's conversion. Discussion of what it means to follow Christ - that this leads to repentance and giving God control. Fiocco then looks at the changed Saul as he arrives at and leaves Damascus, with close attention to the term 'brother Saul'. Fiocco reflects on the influence of Paul.

Fiocco, Dom

Speaker gives 4 tips for reading the Bible and listening to teaching - Always check what's said against the Bible, let scripture interpret scripture, derive our beliefs and practices from the teachings part of the Bible, and let the Holy Spirit work. Speaker explores the account of Simon the magician, and the delay of the Samaritan's in receiving the Holy Spirit. He speaks against 2-step salvation, and then explains the history of the Samaritans. The speaker explores the witholding of the Holy Spirit, and the importance of this for unifying the church. He addresses some of the ways people missuse Acts 8.

Fiocco, Dom

Fiocco speaks from Acts 17 on outreach.

Fiocco, Dom

Fiocco speaks from Acts 20:13-38

Fiocco, Dom

Speaker looks at Acts 17 and Paul's work at gospel proclamation. He explores the role of the Old Testament as Paul's key tool in gospeling. Speaker then looks at arrests that the believers in Thessolonica faced from Jews. Speaker explores the actions of Paul and Silas in Berea, showing that they use the same techniques as Thessalonica. He highlights that the Bereans are eager, that Paul goes to the Synagogue daily, and the number of converts. The speaker then suggests some ways that his listeners can be like the Bereans.

Fiocco, Dom

Fiocco explores some of the before and after experiences in the New Testament, including the healing of the paralysed man in Acts.

Fiocco, Dom

Fiocco speaks on Acts 27 and 28.

Fiocco, Dom

Powered by Preservica
© Copyright Moore College 2021