Last week we learnt about how Peter was put in prison and how his friends’ prayers were answered in a miraculous way. This week we are going to continue to think about the importance of prayer by looking at what Jesus had to say about praying.
Today’s session explores the story of when Peter was arrested by Herod and put in prison. His friends prayed earnestly for him and their prayers were answered in a miraculous way.
Today’s session explores the story of when Peter met a soldier called Cornelius. Peter and Cornelius were very different people: Peter was a Jew, while Cornelius was a Roman soldier. We are going to start by thinking about how we are similar and different to other people.
Today’s session explores the story of when Peter met a lady called Tabitha. We are going to think about how God worked through Peter’s faith and how he can work through our faith today.
Today’s session explores the story of a man who couldn’t walk and had to be carried everywhere. We are going to think about how God works through people and how he worked through Peter.
At the moment we aren’t able to gather together in church. It might feel like church is no longer there as we can’t meet as a church community. The building is empty but does that mean church is gone?
Have you ever heard something from someone that you couldn’t believe was true? Perhaps a friend said they’d got a high score on a video game or met a famous person and you weren’t sure they were telling the truth…