Protestants tend to not place a lot of weight on a Christian liturgical calendar. For the most part, Protestants have little problem celebrating the incarnation (Christmas) and crucifixion (Good Friday), but many do not give a great deal of thought to other holydays, such as Ascension Day. Properly understood, however, the ascension of Christ is one of the most significant events in his life and ministry.
Scripture References: Acts 1:6-11
Sermons in this series are once-off sermons preached by various church members.
|A Promise to Live By VI (Acts 2:41–47)||Doug Van Meter||17 February 2008||Listen|
|A Lesson from Scattering Christians (Acts 8:1-4)||Mike Marsland||7 September 2008||Listen|
|The Rest of the Story (Acts 1:1-8)||Doug Van Meter||13 March 2011||Listen|
|In the Meantime (Acts 1:6-8)||Doug Van Meter||20 March 2011||Listen|
|Assurance in Uncertain Times (Acts 1:9-14)||Doug Van Meter||27 March 2011||Listen|
|Assurance in Uncertain Times II (Acts 1:15-26)||Doug Van Meter||3 April 2011||Listen|
|The Comforter Has Come (Acts 2:1-13)||Doug Van Meter||10 April 2011||Listen|
|The Comforter Has Come II (Acts 2:5-21)||Doug Van Meter||17 April 2011||Listen|
|An Amazing Holiday (Acts 2:22-41)||Doug Van Meter||22 April 2011||Listen|
|If I Preached Your Funeral (Acts 2:22-47)||Doug Van Meter||1 May 2011||Listen|