About the Book
Author: Marta E. Greenman
Genre: Non-Fiction, Inspirational, Jesus, the Gospel and Acts
Release Date: November 25, 2015
Afraid to take a stand for Jesus?
What would you do if asked to defend or recant your faith?
Discover how the apostles, as well as other historical believers, were equipped to take a stand and defend their faith. The book of Acts comes to life in Marta E. Greenman’s relevant Bible study and will strengthen you to overcome difficult circumstances in your own life.
Take an in-depth look at:
- The lives of Peter and John, and other first-century believers who answered their culture while standing firm for Christ in spite of persecution
- Little-known facets of the stories of pilgrim, William Bradford, Martin Luther and martyr, William Tyndale.
- The faith of heroes of the U. S. Revolution and our nation’s early leaders that shaped our great nation.
“For we cannot stop about speaking what we have seen and heard.” (Acts 4:20 NAS)
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If you're looking for a Bible study that really dives into Acts, the early church, and how to apply those truths to our lives today, this one is for you. I enjoyed reading about how the author was inspired by persecuted Christians who boldly live the Gospel every day. Because our nation was founded as Christian, we have so many liberties here that have made us weak Christians a lot of times (I have both my hands up here too) to where we are afraid to share the Gospel just because someone may get angry or laugh at us. The fire that we lack is found with the Biblical truth presented in these pages. I was unable to complete the entire study, so I can't vouch for every aspect of it, but it was just plain Bible truth organized into a 8 week study that was 5 days each. The author really took their time in research Biblically, and really organized it in a logical way with emphasis on Christian American heritage as well as those in the past that lived out their faith like Martin Luther. I also enjoyed the personal touch the author gives with some of her own spiritual experiences. Overall, if you're looking for a Gospel-themed Bible study for individuals or groups, this one is for you.
I received a complimentary copy of this book, and all opinions given are entirely my own.
About the Author
Marta E. Greenman was called out of corporate America in 1988, then joined a church-planting organization and traveled the world in evangelism and discipleship campaigns. In 2002, she and her husband, Marshall, moved to Romania to help church plant and work with street children. In 2011, Marta founded Words of Grace & Truth Ministries, which is dedicated to teaching God’s Word to the nations, and teaching others to do the same. She is the author of two other Bible studies, Bound to be Free, and Leaders, Nations, and God, teaches and speaks nationally and internationally, and makes her home with her husband in Plano, TX.
More from MartaWhat can we learn from the first century church to make the twenty first century church more “successful.” Join me in a journey to rediscover principles from the first century church to apply them to your life. We will start from the foundation of Christianity, there is salvation in none other than Jesus Christ, and build from there. We will start our journey in Acts 4 and explore strategies for overcoming.
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