The Storytellers Series is a daily podcast brought to you by The Salvation Army. In this first series, we are reading the 24 chapters of the book of Luke. Following each chapter, we are joined by a group of friends who discuss each chapter's significance. For more information, visit https://salvationarmysoundcast.org/storytellers/
ACTS: CHAPTER 28
The final chapter of the book of Acts seems to end abruptly. The group discusses why this may be. And stick around to the end for some bonus content. :)
ACTS: CHAPTER 27
This is an action-packed chapter as we read about Paul's journey to Rome.
ACTS: CHAPTER 26
In this chapter, Paul now appeals to King Agrippa. Paul continues to show respect and remains calm as he speaks to the powers that be. An interesting tactic is displayed by Paul as he says, "King Agrippa, do you believe the prophets? I know you do”
ACTS: CHAPTER 25
Paul now appears before Festus. In this chapter, we see Festus do the Jews a favor by allowing Paul to go to Jerusalem. Why did he do this?
ACTS: CHAPTER 24
This chapter tells the story of Paul's trial before Felix. As we see Paul go through the court system of his time, the group discusses the way in which he continues to conduct himself.
ACTS: CHAPTER 23
In this chapter, we see Paul wisely use the dissension between the Sadducees and Pharisees to his advantage. Caleb gives us more insight into these two groups of Jewish believers.