By Pastor Greg Byman
St Joe Community Church
July 8, 2018
Can I be called a “Christian”?
If the county prosecutor were to file charges against you in court for being a “Christian,” could he provide enough evidence to a jury to get a conviction? Would your co-workers agree with an allegation that you’re a “Christian?” Today, Pastor Greg Byman explores Acts 11:26 where believers in Jesus Christ were first called “Christians” at the ancient city of Antioch. Bearing the name “Christian” was a much heavier burden than today, and Pastor Byman challenges us to carefully consider the authenticity of our faith and our relationship with God.
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