1/28/18

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Key passage

"You will receive power when the Holy Spirit has come on you, and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, in all Judea and Samaria, and to the end of the Earth." Acts 1:8 

lesson

Christ Alone | Acts 15:1-35

The church leaders met in Jerusalem to answer a tough question: Can a person be saved by faith alone or was something more needed?  No one is saved by obeying the law or by not doing certain things.  The early church agreed that because of Jesus’ death and resurrection, He alone is all we need to be saved.

Questions for family discussion

1. In what city did Paul and Barnabas meet with church leaders? (Acts 15:2)

2. Peter said God gave whom to both the Jews and Gentiles? (Acts 15:8)

3. How are Jews and Gentiles saved? (Acts 15:11)

4. Who told about all the things God had done among the Gentiles? (Acts 15:12)

5. Which apostle pointed out that the prophets showed that God wanted to save both Jews and Gentiles? (Acts 15:13-18)

6. Who went to Antioch to share the letter from the leaders? (Acts 15:22)

 

UPCOMING EVENTS

KIDS ROCK U: January 28-February 25, 4:30-5:30 Register at the Children’s Department Desk or online www.myrpchurch.org/kids-rock-u

NO KIDS ROCK U: February 4

Twin Lakes Elementary Winter Retreat Camp: February 2-3 Registration Forms available in Kids Rock hallway

Discover Milestone: February 18: Sign up at the Children’s Department desk