The Ripples of Discipleship:Acts 18:18-28
“Ordinary People living ordinary lives with gospel intentionality who are empowered by the Holy Spirit.” This is one of our motto’s here at the Crossing and in Acts 18 we see this motto lived out in Aquila and Priscilla.
Aquila and Priscilla were a ordinary couple who had a tremendous impact on the early Church, in particular the Churches in Corinth, Ephesus and possibly Rome. They modeled for us 3 characteristics of a Disciple Maker and how everyday people are used by God to build His Kingdom:
Here are some questions from the sermon:
What was the main point of the sermon?
What was your favorite part of Acts 18:18-28?
Out of the 3 characteristics (being available, hospitable, engaging) where do you excel and where do you need prayer and growth?
What does the phrase, “Discipleship is not what you do but it’s who you are” mean? How does understanding this phrase change you approach to discipleship?
Who do you need to share this message with?
Acts 18:18-28, The Ripples of Discipleship: