Sermons by Scripture

A listing of all our sermons for Acts 28

August 13, 2023 Mario Villella
Part 17: The Final Episode
The Life of Paul: Series 3
Mario Villella

Part 17 of "Life of Paul, Series 3" Acts 28:30-31. This sermon covers Paul's final years and his death. It also points out two lessons from Paul's life: that God's love is for all people and yet, there is a judgment coming if we do not turn to Him.

August 6, 2023 Doug Davison
Part 16: Ministry In Italy
The Life of Paul: Series 3
Doug Davison

Life of Paul Series Part 16: "Ministry in Italy" Acts 28:11-28. Paul FINALLY arrives in Rome after 4 months of what "should have been" a 5 week journey. God has many ways to get us where He wants us to be, but He only has one way to save us!

July 30, 2023 Mario Villella
Part 15: Washing Up On Malta
The Life of Paul: Series 3
Mario Villella

Part 15 of "Life of Paul, Series 3"; Acts 28:1-10. This sermon covers the time that Paul washed up on the island of Malta. It also tells us what to do with the doubts that stem from noticing that sometimes non-Christians are nicer than Christians.

October 17, 2021 Mario Villella
Part 4: A New Testament Survey
How To Read The Bible
Mario Villella

Part 4 of the "How To Read The Bible" sermon series. In this sermon Mario gives an overview of the entire New Testament.

March 22, 2020 Mario Villella
Part 10: Reaching Out While We’re Stuck
Mario Villella

Part 10 of "Reset." Acts 28:30-31 & Phillippians 1:12-14. In this sermon, we learn about how Paul helped to advance the gospel even while he was stuck in prison and/or in a house. (This sermon was preached at the beginning of the social distancing policies related to the 2020 Coronavirus pandemic.)

May 29, 2016 Mario Villella
Paul/Saul & John/Mark
Stand-Alone Sermons (2016)
Mario Villella

This was the sermon for the 2016 commissioning service for Royal Family Kids Camp. Taken from the book of Acts (mostly from the area between Acts 11:27 and Acts 15:41), this sermon recounts the story of the relationship between Paul and John Mark and points out some things we can learn from it.