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  • Josh Wredberg

Acts in 28 Sermons



Acts is the sequel to Luke and really should be titled, “The Acts of Jesus.” It tells the continuing story of how Jesus accomplished His mission through His disciples. If you look carefully at the first eleven verses, you’ll notice each one focuses on Jesus. Acts isn’t primarily about the Apostles or the Holy Spirit. It’s primarily about Jesus Christ.


Jesus couldn’t be stopped by death. He is unstoppable, and He’s still at work today. His mission isn’t over. It’s unfinished. Jesus has entrusted His mission to His disciples. The unstoppable Christ has passed His unfinished mission to His disciples. The book of Acts is the early account of how the disciples of Jesus continued His mission. It not only provides us with history, but it also provides us a pattern for today. We, too, have been entrusted with Jesus’ mission.


  • Acts 1: The unstoppable Christ passes His mission to His disciples.

  • Acts 2:1-41: The unstoppable Christ empowers His disciples through the Spirit.

  • Acts 2:42-47: The unstoppable Christ builds His church.

  • Acts 3: The unstoppable Christ restores what is broken.

  • Acts 4:1-22: The unstoppable Christ makes unstoppable witnesses.

  • Acts 4:23-37: The unstoppable Christ gives boldness to proclaim Christ.

  • Acts 5:1-16: The unstoppable Christ purifies His church.

  • Acts 5:17-42: The unstoppable Christ gives joy in the face of opposition.

  • Acts 6:1-7: The unstoppable Christ appoints leaders to care for His church.

  • Acts 6:8-7:60: The unstoppable Christ empowers and applauds the faithfulness of his servants.

  • Acts 8: The unstoppable Christ uses persecution to spread His gospel.

  • Acts 9: The unstoppable Christ turns a murderer into a messenger.

  • Acts 10: The unstoppable Christ forms a family from all nations.

  • Acts 11: The unstoppable Christ works in and through His church.

  • Acts 12: The unstoppable Christ accepts no challengers to His throne.

  • Acts 13: The unstoppable Christ spreads the good news through His servants.

  • Acts 14: The unstoppable Christ calls disciples in spite of persecution.

  • Acts 15: The unstoppable Christ uses conflict to shape His church.

  • Acts 16: The unstoppable Christ is victorious even in the darkest places.

  • Acts 17:1-15: The unstoppable Christ speaks to His church through His Word.

  • Acts 17:16-34: The unstoppable Christ defeats the wisdom of men.

  • Acts 18: The unstoppable Christ ministers personally to His disciples.

  • Acts 19-20: The unstoppable Christ creates and cares for His church.

  • Acts 21:1-36: The unstoppable Christ calls His disciples to suffer for the Gospel.

  • Acts 21:37-25:27: The unstoppable Christ confronts “powerful” men through His people.

  • Acts 26:1-32: The unstoppable Christ testifies through His disciple’s testimony.

  • Acts 27: The unstoppable Christ is sovereign in every situation.

  • Acts 28: The unstoppable Christ is still acting through His disciples.

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