Evening Service
Mar 6, 2016

Real conversion leads to real transformation. Church history is filled with stories of radical, life-altering change, but perhaps none are as dynamic as the one presented in Acts 9. Saul of Tarsus, once a persecutor of the church, became a follower of Christ, and thus, a proclaimer of the Gospel. Although Saul’s proclamations led to his own persecution, he continued to make disciples of Christ, and the church flourished through that edification. Coming to faith in Christ first requires a personal knowledge of who He is and what He has done, followed by a life lived bearing witness to that Good News.

Acts 9:1


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