Powered by 4 - October 10, 2016

 

Follow Up

Today's reading: Acts 15:36-41

After spending some time in Antioch, Paul suggests to Barnabus that they return to the places where they've planted churches to follow up with these new believers and see how they are faring. Although Paul and Barnabus end up parting company and traveling to different places, both return to cities they've previously visited, with the goal of strengthening, supporting, comforting and encouraging these newly founded and growing church communities.

Is it your practice to follow up with a brother or sister in Christ after you've offered a listening ear, given advice and/or physically helped them with a task? Why is this important? What are some benefits to each party? Tami

Join the discussion on the P4 Blog

***

Powered by 4 is all about engaging God's Word and living it out--in community. So if it's encouragement you want or motivation you need, join the discussion on the P4 Blog--a place to weigh in on the daily scripture as well as share thoughts & questions. 

  • Editors' Picks

    Why the Church Must Start Talking about Domestic Violence
    Why the Church Must Start Talking about Domestic Violence
  • Don't Think of Church as Your Own Spiritual Power Bar
    Don't Think of Church as Your Own Spiritual Power Bar
  • So You Think Theology Is Impractical?
    So You Think Theology Is Impractical?