In Other Words

Do you ever struggle to talk about God and your spirituality? Most Americans do, and even most Christians do too. You’re not alone if you find yourself wishing you had more meaningful conversations in your daily life. In our series, “Now You’re Talking,” we will explore how to have spiritual conversations. Join us this series not only by being present, but also by having spiritual conversations throughout your week.

For our first week, we’re examining Acts 2 and the story of Pentecost. Jesus’s first disciples struggled with spiritual conversations too. At Pentecost, the disciples undergo a miraculous transformation from people who lived in fear to people who spoke with boldness about their experience. How can we make Pentecost a day that’s not just in the past, but an everyday experience today?

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Sermon preached by Pastor Dallas Flippin at the First Baptist Church of Jackson, MI on Sunday, May 23, 2021.

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