Craig Riggall examines Psalm 90 and what it says about how we respond to both God’s eternality and the brevity and sinfulness of mankind.
Craig opens the famous passage in Acts about Philip and the Ethiopian and shows us that neither of the titular characters is preeminent; Jesus is the focus.
Craig opens Acts 8 and uses the account of Simon the Sorcerer to ask a fundamental question: God’s Kingdom or Yours?
In this Sunday School class, Craig Riggall continues his five-part study on Loneliness. Here, we discuss the implications of Christ’s redeeming work in uniting us in fellowship with God.
There are times when God seems not to be at work. But Acts 7 and 8, in depicting the martyrdom of Stephen and the persecution of the early church, reveal that God is indeed working His own purposes — and that they are very good!
In Acts 7, Stephen preaches a sermon that shows the centrality of God, God’s word, and God’s worship. How much value do you place on these three elements?
Craig Riggall uses the story of Ananias and Sapphira to illustrate how our actions flow from our heart motivations and our hearts should be focused on God and his Kingdom.
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