Making Disciples in Public
When Paul returns to Jerusalem after his third missionary journey, he is quickly arrested by the Romans. Ironically, Paul's imprisonment enables him to witness to the gospel not only to fellow prisoners and guards but also to the highest authorities in the land. Acts concludes with Paul in Rome under house arrest, "boldly proclaiming the Kingdom of God and teaching about the Lord Jesus Christ. And no one tried to stop him." In this series, we will explore what it means to live our faith in public where it intersects with every aspect of our lives: spiritual, social, and political.