Anytime we talk about captivity, we are referring to bondage. To be in bondage means incapacitated. When someone is incapacitated it means that such a person is in slavery. To be enslaved physically and spiritually in all spheres of life, is the inability to fulfill ones dreams and vision of life. Breaking out of captivity[…]

ACP UPDATE FOR OCTOBER/ NOVEMBER 2021

The ACP Team is grateful to God for His faithfulness for the Cathedral Building project. We continue to execute phase 3 through Transition Works in small lots, despite the continuing effect of the Covid-19 pandemic on construction and financial sectors. The site remains under restricted access. It is our prayer that by the time the[…]

Text: Romans 8:1-18This chapter is extremely encouraging to Christians. It begins by giving us assurance that we who are in Christ will not be condemned because of our sin. We belong to Christ, and we have been forgiven. Also, we have the Holy Spirit dwelling within us, and He enables us to put to death[…]

Text: Acts 18:1-28Apostle Paul has gone to the city of Corinth, a major commercial city of the Roman empire, which is full of idolatry and immorality. He locates a congregation of Jews and speaks to them about Jesus being the Christ. Some believe, along with some gentiles; but others reject the gospel. We are not[…]

Text: Acts 4:1-37In the previous chapter, Peter and John, by the power of the ascended Christ, speak healing to a man over forty (40) years of age, who had been lame from birth. The apostles were arrested and questioned by the religious authorities. The Jewish authorities commanded the apostles to stop preaching Christ and threatened[…]

Text: Acts 4:1-37In the previous chapter, Peter and John, by the power of the ascended Christ, speak healing to a man over forty (40) years of age, who had been lame from birth. The apostles were arrested and questioned by the religious authorities. The Jewish authorities commanded the apostles to stop preaching Christ and threatened[…]

Text: John 14:23-31.Chapters 13:31 to 16:33 are termed as Jesus’ Upper Room Discourse. Jesus is about to be arrested, and this section records His last formal instruction to His disciples. The Lord has told them He will be leaving them, and He has said that He will be crucified. So, they are certainly very anxious.[…]

Text: Mark 4:1-41This is an exciting passage. Jesus always had purpose; He did not do things by chance. He had a reason for going to the other side of the lake; a reason for crossing by boat, instead of walking around and skirting the lake. He was going to show His disciples something about Himself.[…]

Text: Matthew 6:1-34This passage is part of Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount, chapters 5-7. It is a sweet pastoral passage from our Gentle Shepherd, Jesus. He knew all his listeners got anxious, worried about things that were out of their control, or even about the things they thought they could control. So, Pastor Jesus gently[…]

Text: Psalm 42:1-11You will notice before verse 1 that the Psalm was written by the sons of Korah. This is a very encouraging notation. In Numbers 16, we read that Korah and some others rebelled against Moses. Consequently, the ground opened and swallowed the rebels, their families, and their belongings. Yet, somehow, we read in[…]