Latest Message

Follow along and take notes you can send to yourself.

This page is updated every Sunday to feature the latest message. Remember to email the notes to yourself. This is the only way to save your notes!

"The Unknown God"

January 17, 2021

David McNeely, Senior Pastor

Original Notes

The World is hurting. Jesus can heal them. We can play a role in that healing.


We will play a role when we are filled with power.


Knowledge alone won’t change everyone. An encounter with Jesus will transform anyone.


The Mission involves me, but the Mission is more important than me.


We all worship something, whether we know it or not.


We were made to worship God, who has made Himself known.



  1. Thessalonica (17:1-9)
  2. Faithfulness (v. 1-3)
  3. Fruit (v. 4)
  4. Opposition (v. 5-9)


  1. Berea (17:10-15)
  2. Receiving God’s Word (v. 10-12)
  3. Rejecting God’s Word (v. 13-15)


  1. Athens (17:16-34)
  2. His spirit was provoked (v. 16-17)
  3. We wish to know (v. 18-21)
  4. This I proclaim to you (v. 22-31)
  5. Mocking, considering, joining (v. 32-34)

 

We all worship something, whether we know it or not.


We were made to worship God, who has made Himself known.



Discussion Questions:


  1. Who or what do you think is the object of worship for most Americans? Why?
  2. The Bereans “examined the scriptures daily” to see if what Paul said was true. What does this tell you about their view of the Word of God? How do you examine the scriptures?
  3. Paul found common ground with the people in Athens. What are areas of common ground with the people of Tallahassee? What are some areas where the church and the world are pursuing the same result but taking different routes to get there?
  4. In the end, some mocked the message and rejected Paul. Some considered the message and waited to hear more from Paul, while others embraced the message and joined Paul. How does this challenge you or encourage you when considering ministry in 2021?

My Notes

Tap below to take notes.