When the time came for God to choose a people, He didn’t pick the strongest kingdom He could find. He chose the weak, the nobodies – a family that would become the nation of Israel. God rescued them from Egypt and brought them into the desert, training them to make His name known to the rest of the world. Time passed, but God’s plan remained the same: to bring healing and forgiveness to a broken world through His Son, Jesus. 

Just like his ancestors, the Apostle Paul would spend time training in the desert before God sent him to preach to the Gentiles. And just like his ancestors, he would discover his own weakness, his inadequacy to complete the task God had given him. Join Paul in the Greek city of Corinth to unpack how God uses the weakness of His partners to demonstrate His strength in a broken world.

Scripture References:

Acts 18:1-17



1 Turning Weakness Into Strength
2 Engaging the Mind: Paul in the Stoa of Athens
3 Engaging the Heart: Paul Before the Areopagus
4 The Lord's Supper: Discerning the Body
5 Transforming the Chaos