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Fridays at 6:30 p.m. in the Acts 2 Chapel

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Jesus, by his miraculous power, is able to feed 5,000+ people with a few loaves of bread and fish. And he does so by empowering his disciples to serve the crowds. Today, Jesus is still equipping and empowering ordinary people like you and me to serve others.
We've all been there before. We feel too busy to even eat. Thankfully, Jesus calls us out of the busyness to rest in him. In Mark 6, Jesus says to his disciples, "Come away to a deserted place all by yourselves and rest a while." When we answer his call, we can begin to experience his rest.

A Living Hallelujah

February 28, 2020
What is worship? Is it simply singing a few songs? Could it be that worship is much more than we ever imagined? In Romans 12, we read that true worship…
The #1 thing you can do for the health of your marriage is to become healthy yourself. So, how can we help one another become emotionally healthy? Dr. Mark Foster shares three questions to consider before getting married and biblical guidance for loving well.
The beginning of marriage is exciting, but it's also challenging--particularly when you realize your spouse's habits, expectations, and dreams are much different than your own. And when children enter the picture, everything else goes out the window as we just try to get by. But when we clothe ourselves with the character of Jesus, we can learn to navigate difference and conflict so that we're able "to love and to cherish" one another for a lifetime.
Over the years, dating has changed drastically! What does dating look like today? Even more important, what role does faith in God have with dating and singleness? In this sermon, we explore contemporary dating, Scriptures pertaining to singleness, and what the church can do to equip single people.
Did you know that it is possible to do loving deeds without actually having love? Jonah is a great example of this. Although he (eventually) went to Nineveh, he still harbored ill feelings toward the Ninevites. Unlike Jonah, we can choose "the most excellent way" and can join God in loving all people!


January 17, 2020
"Yes." It's a short, simple word. A word we probaby say many times each day. However, saying "yes" to God is the best decision we can make. In God's Kingdom, even one "yes" can go a long way.

Voice Recognition

January 10, 2020
Is it possible to become familiar with God's voice? Jesus certainly thought so. Through experience and examination, we, too, can become more familiar with God's voice and learn to discern it from other voices.

We Are Called

January 3, 2020
God is calling you and me, which is wonderful news! The problem is, we often don't know how to discern God's voice. Thankfully, we can learn how to better hear God's voice through practice, prayer, and community.

Not What I Expected

December 27, 2019
It's the most wonderful time of the year...for some of us. For others, this time of the year can be filled with disappointments and unmet expectations. In Matthew 2, we see that the first Christmas ever did not go how Mary and Joseph had expected. When we, too, find ourselves in difficult, unexpected places in life, we can rest in God's love and find comfort in community.
In the midst of darkness, God sends light. At Christmas, we remember that even when things seem dark, God is close to us, and God is near, because Jesus is Emmanuel--God with us.
Aim at joy and you’ll miss it. Joy happens while we are busy serving others, in the quiet of a forest, or in the prayer of thanks for another day of grace from Jesus. In this sermon, Dr. Mark Foster looks at joy as described in the Bible from the prophet Ezra through the words of Jesus and the actions of the early church. If you need joy, this message is for you.
At Christmas, we are all longing for peace, but often find stress instead. Yet, peace is possible! God is One who gives peace to all, and this peace is seen so clearly in Jesus. This Christmas season, may we slow down and receive the peace God freely offers.
Jesus is the One who brings hope, even when we find ourselves in situations that seem hopeless. As we follow Jesus, our Living Hope, we can share his great hope with those around us. Also, as a church, we believe fellowship and discussion are important. Following this brief message, there are some questions that we discussed around tables on Friday night. You are invited to listen to them and reflect upon them.
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What is One Church?

One Church at Acts 2 is a church within a church. We are a new community for new people seeking to change the world with the love of God.

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Acts 2 Chapel
4848  West Covell
Edmond,  OK  73012
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Fridays at 6:30 p.m.

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