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Messages from our Sunday morning service.




Alex Kremer - 01-23-2022 // Acts 10:24-48 - Salvation Comes to the Gentiles

In Acts 10, we see Peter do something which no "good" Jewish person would do--he entered the home of a gentile, namely Cornelius, a Roman Centurion described as, "a devout man and one who feared God with all his household, and gave many alms to the Jewish people and prayed to God continually" (Acts 10:2 NASB). In response to a vision from the Lord, Cornelius called for Peter to come. At the same time, Peter had his own vision and command from the Lord, "Behold, three men are looking for...


Grant Nelson 01-16-2022 // Isn’t This Exciting? A Survey of Revelation

The Christian life is a call to a daily walk. We recognize that Satan is ever ready to trip up the believer. We must therefore take care to occupy ourselves with prayer, the study of God's Word, fellowship with fellow believers, and to walk in obedience to Him daily. The problem, however, is without intending it to happen, we find ourselves in a rut. We pray, when we think of it. We read Scripture as if it were any other book, a novel or text book. We never really get excited about what the...


Ned Brown 01-09-2022 // Jude; Warning! Danger Ahead

What were some of the challenges facing the early church in the first century? Does the church today face these same dangers? Jude opens his letter to the church identifying himself, not as the half-brother of Jesus, but as a bond servant of Jesus. He notes his intention to write regarding "our common salvation;" an encouragement which rejoiced in the implications of the finished work of the cross. Instead, he felt the need, "to write to you exhorting you to contend earnestly for the faith"...


Atlantic Gospel Chapel Leadership 12-26-2021 // The Incarnation

Christmas is among the favorite holidays of most people. It is a time for families to gather; a time for giving gifts and time away from work. But Christmas is so much more. In this week's lesson, we examine four aspects of the Incarnation; that time when God the Son, as the second Person of the Trinity, took upon Himself flesh, coming to earth as that babe in a lowly manger. We look at: We pray you enjoy this special message from the leadership at Atlantic Gospel Chapel, and that you are...


Alex Kremer 12-19-2021 // Acts 10:1-23a; God Prepares Hearts

Before the Lord Jesus ascended into heaven, He left His apostles with this charge, beginning with Jerusalem, carry the Gospel message from Jerusalem, then to Judea, to Samaria, and finally the ends of the world. In the first several chapters of Acts, we witnessed the Gospel exploding in Jerusalem and expanding into Judea. In Acts 8, using Philip, the Holy Spirit carried the message into Samaria. And now we see that the Lord has set His sights on the whole world; demonstrating that His Gospel...


Doug Schorle 12-12-2021 // 1 Thessalonians 2:1-13 - The Power and Impact of the Gospel

In Paul's first letter to the church in Thessalonica, he pours out his love and thankfulness for this local body which, despite fierce opposition, grew and thrived and prospered. In 1 Thessalonians 2, we see Paul defending his ministry against his critics, who appeared to accuse him of deceitfulness, immorality and hypocrisy. But Paul always returns to the Gospel. But what is it about the Gospel message that allows Paul to withstand these attacks? And how well do we understand the power of...


Alex Kremer 12-05-2021 // God Shows up in His People; Acts 9:32-43

In the narrative of the book of Acts, we have seen explosive growth of the church. In a very short period of time, the church expanded from Jerusalem into the the region of Judea and into Samaria. Within three years of Saul arriving in Damascus, the church there was a growing and vibrant church. Now the narrative returns briefly to Peter. In this short passage we see two accounts of Peter performing miraculous works resulting in many people believing in Jesus. But in both cases, Peter...


Alex Kremer 11-28-2021 // When God Changes a Heart; Acts 9:19-31

When Saul set out from Jerusalem to Damascus, his intention was to break the church in that region; to arrest and bring back Christians to Jerusalem. But then he encountered the risen Christ, and everything changed. Rather than persecuting the church, he went into the synagogue proclaiming Jesus Christ is the Son of God. One amazing aspect, is rather than fearing Saul, the church in Damascus welcomed Saul into their midst, protecting him when a plot against his life by the Jews was...


Stefan Johnson 11-21-2021 // The Who, What, When, Where, Why and How of Thanksgiving.

The fourth Thursday in November, is set aside in the United States for giving thanks. In his Thanksgiving proclamation, George Washington pointed the hearts and minds of the new nation to the One greater than all to whom we owe gratitude. As believers in Jesus Christ, we have much for which to be thankful. This year, we pause to consider the Who, What, When, Where, Why and How of Thanksgiving. Thank your listening to this weeks lesson. May you be blessed through the teaching of God's...


Alex Kremer 11-14-2021 // Saul - God‘s Chosen Instrument; Acts 9:1-19

As we return to the book of Acts, we pick up again with Saul's conversion. In today's lesson, we learn that the risen Christ not only reached out to Saul on the road to Damascus for the purpose of saving Saul; but He also called Saul for a purpose, "to bear My name before the Gentiles and kings and the sons of Israel," Acts 9:15b (NASB). As we again consider Saul's conversion, we learn important lessons that apply to us today Thank you for listening to today's teaching. May God bless you...


Ned Brown 11-07-2021 // A Tale of Two Sheepfolds; John 9:39-10:31

In John 9, when Jesus healed the man born blind, the response from the Jewish leaders was rejection and division. It is in this setting that the Lord taught those gathered around Him that He is the Good Shepherd. But instead of recognizing Him as the Good Shepherd, they again rejected His teaching, asserting He had a demon. In today's teaching, we consider this teaching regarding the Good Shepherd. Of great importance is the statement from our Lord, "My sheep hear My voice, and I know them,...


Alex Kremer 10-31-2021 // God Has Spoken

Hebrews 1:1-2, "God, after He spoke long ago to the fathers in the prophets in many portions and in many ways in these last days has spoken to us in His Son, whom He appointed heir of all things, through whom also He made the world." While many argue that God remains virtually silent, Scripture teaches something entirely different. First we see that God speaks to us through His creation. Psalm 19:1 tells us, "The heavens are telling of the glory of God; and their expanse is declaring the...


Duane Brown 10-24-2021 // The Tabernacle



Alex Kremer 10-17-2021 // Who Do You Say I Am? The Deity of Jesus

Jesus asked His disciples two questions. The first, "Who do men say that I am?" The answers, of course, ranged from Moses or one of the prophets, or Elijah. This is a question that is still relevant today. And the answers are just as varied. Many will say that Jesus was just a good man; and only a man. Others say He was a good teacher, or a good example; but again, just a man. Then the Lord turned it personal for His disciples with a second question, "But who do you say I am?" This is...


Doug Schorle 10-10-2021 // 1 Thessalonians 1; The Heart of a Father

The book of Acts records for us the rise of the church in Thessalonica. Seeking to spread the Word of the Lord in Asia Minor during his second missionary journey, the Holy Spirit made other plans, guiding Paul and Silas, along with Timothy, into Greece. In Greece, after preaching in Philippi and travelling through Amphipolis and Apollonia, they came to the capital city of the Macedonian province, Thessalonica. In Acts 17, we read how, over three Sabbaths in the Jewish synagogue, Paul...


Alex Kremer 10-04-2021 // Who Do You Say I Am? The Humanity of Jesus

There is no question among the modern world view that Jesus is human. Most will acknowledge His historical existence, but relegate Him to the position of a good teacher, or a prophet. Others say He was just another prophet. Still other false religions claim He is one among other gods. Of these, none acknowledge the reality of His divine nature as the Second person of the Trinity. However, in the earliest history of the church, there was no question regarding Jesus divine nature. The debate...


Alex Kremer 09-26-2021 // The Holy Spirit

The Holy Spirit is often referred to as the quiet member of the Trinity. But is this really an accurate description of the Holy Spirit? For example, through our recent studies into the book of Acts, we see the Holy Spirit at work on every page. 2 Peter 1:21 tells us that "no prophecy was ever made by an act of human will, but men moved by the Holy Spirit spoke from God" (NASB). Indeed, all of Scripture can be seen as the voice of the Holy Spirit. Join us this week as we survey what...


Ned Brown 09-19-2021 // God‘s Long Reach of Mercy and Grace; Ruth

In some ways, the book of Ruth is an unlikely book. Elimelech, an Israelite, leaves Israel during a famine occurring during the time of the Judges. Of all places he settles his wife, Naomi, and their two sons in the land of Moab. Violating God's Law, Mahlon and Chilion take for themselves Moabite wives. Then tragedy strikes. Elimelech, Mahlon and Chilion all die, leaving Naomi alone in a foreign land; a Godless land. She returns to Israel. Orpah, one of her daughters-in-law leaves at...


Alex Kremer 09-05-2021 // Conversion of Saul of Tarsus; Acts 9:1-19

Every conversion story is unique. But we find that we are more drawn to the more "exciting" stories; those stories where a person goes from prisoner to pastor. What we forget is that each and every conversion story is a miracle. Scripture gives us an honest portrayal of the natural state of man, full of evil, murder, strife (Romans), dead in our trespasses and sins, children of wrath (Ephesians). But God... The amazing grace of God begins with, "But God being rich in mercy and the love...


Alex Kremer 08-29-2021 // The Gospel Reaches the Ends of the Earth; Acts 8:25-40

Following the explosion of the Gospel into Samaria, the Lord sends Philip from Samaria to a "chance" encounter on a desert road from Jerusalem to Gaza. There he came across the entourage of an Ethiopian eunuch, "a court official of Candace, queen of the Ethiopians, who was in charge of her treasure;" and who had come to Jerusalem to worship. In the ancient Mediterranean world, Ethiopia, now modern day Sudan, was considered the southern most reaches of the earth. And here is a wealthy court...