Yearning For Deep Spirituality (Acts 6:8-8:3)

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One of my biggest goals in starting Redemption Church is that we would be a place of deep spirituality. What I mean by that is I hope we are the kind of church who shows up week after week expecting God to really be here to meet with us and work among us. In the way we run our services, in the way we preach, in the way we sing, and in the way we meet together throughout the week in our homes, I want us to be deeply spiritual. I want us to be in awe of the Holy Spirit. I want us to worship Him, just as much as we worship God the Father and His Son Jesus Christ.

And I want all this, at least in part, because I think God wants us to want this. As evidence, this week's sermon was on our next section of Acts, picking up where we left off in chapter 6.

Download the audio here.

One of my biggest goals in starting Redemption Church is that we would be a place of deep spirituality. What I mean by that is I hope we are the kind of church who shows up week after week expecting God to really be here to meet with us and work among us. In the way we run our services, in the way we preach, in the way we sing, and in the way we meet together throughout the week in our homes, I want us to be deeply spiritual. I want us to be in awe of the Holy Spirit. I want us to worship Him, just as much as we worship God the Father and His Son Jesus Christ.

And I want all this, at least in part, because I think God wants us to want this. As evidence, this week's sermon was on our next section of Acts, picking up where we left off in chapter 6.

Download the audio here.