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Looking for a sermon or Bible class that you missed or want to share with someone? You’ll find it here on the Prince of Peace media page. To find what you are looking for, please use the menu on the left.

Bible Studies & Seminars

Pastor Micah Miller - August 19, 2018

And They Were Driven Along

The Apostle Paul believed the Spirit was calling him to proclaim Jesus in Rome. Paul would eventually end up in Rome. But little did he know, he would get there as a prisoner on a ship. New Testament Reading: Acts 27: 1; 9-17; 21-26; 28:1-2; 7-10

From Series: "The Wild Goose Chase"

Christ is risen. He is risen, indeed. Hallelujah! This is the proclamation of Easter. But, what does it look like to live in the promise and power of the resurrection? Luke’s Gospel tells the story of what Jesus began. In Acts, Luke tells the story of what Jesus continues to do through the Holy Spirit. Celtic Christians call the Holy Spirit, “The Wild Goose.” Living in the promise of the resurrection is possible because the power of the Wild Goose has been let loose.

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Sermons

Pastor Micah Miller - August 19, 2018

And They Were Driven Along

The Apostle Paul believed the Spirit was calling him to proclaim Jesus in Rome. Paul would eventually end up in Rome. But little did he know, he would get there as a prisoner on a ship. New Testament Reading: Acts 27: 1; 9-17; 21-26; 28:1-2; 7-10

From Series: "The Wild Goose Chase"

Christ is risen. He is risen, indeed. Hallelujah! This is the proclamation of Easter. But, what does it look like to live in the promise and power of the resurrection? Luke’s Gospel tells the story of what Jesus began. In Acts, Luke tells the story of what Jesus continues to do through the Holy Spirit. Celtic Christians call the Holy Spirit, “The Wild Goose.” Living in the promise of the resurrection is possible because the power of the Wild Goose has been let loose.

More Messages Associated With "Acts"...

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Church Library


 
Our library is here to help folks grow in their faith and move forward in their journey. We provide a variety of Christian media: Christian books, audio and music CDs, DVDs, periodicals, and reference materials for children, teens, and adults.

SERVICES

Library services include study and reading areas with a coffee and soda bar, reserves and renewals by telephone and Internet, plus personalized reference. The library also accepts donations for memorials and celebrations through the Bless-A-Child and Bless-A-Friend programs.

POLICIES

All media must be checked out during library hours. Books may be checked out for three (3) weeks; audio/visual material may be checked out for one (1) week. A maximum of 5 media per checkout is allowed. Media may be returned to the library or there is a book drop located at the Welcome Center in the Fellowship Center.

ONLINE DATABASE

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FINDING FREE e-books

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HOURS

Sunday: 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Monday: 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Tuesday: 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Wednesday: by Appointment Only
Thursday: by Appointment Only

LOCATION

The library is located on the first floor next to the Worship Center. Enter through the library door in the Fellowship Center.

CONTACT

For more information, please email churchlibrary@princeofpeace.org

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