Author : Introduction by Jim Cymbala
Performed By : Introduction by Jim Cymbala; Book of Acts by Dramatic Cast
Publisher : Zondervan
Runtime : 2 hours
Categories : Christianity
Our Price : $14.99 $8.99
With Supernatural Fire and the Sound of a Mighty Wind . . .
. . . The Christian church was born. Filled with the Holy Spirit, the first believers turned the world upside-down, vanquishing kings and empires with their faith in the risen Jesus. Here is their story. It is a saga of compelling leaders, courageous martyrs, amazing miracles, deadly enemies, and bold exploits—and of flawed human beings who, in the face of loneliness, loss, and adversity, lived out a passionate love for God and one another.
This dramatized audio edition of the book of Acts does more than impart voices and immediacy to ancient people and events. It reveals the power and presence of the Holy Spirit permeating the early church as it swelled from a handful of disciples to thousands of believers carrying the gospel of Jesus throughout the Roman Empire.
Featuring an introduction by pastor and award-winning author Jim Cymbala, The Early Church is beautifully orchestrated and engineered using the most advanced recording technology. This is more than a book of the Bible you listen to. It’s an experience that helps you enter into God’s Word . . . So God’s Word can enter into you.
-The complete book of Acts taken from Zondervan’s acclaimed, Audie Award®-winning NIV Audio Bible Dramatized New Testament
-New International Version—today’s most read, most trusted translation
-Introduction by Jim Cymbala—Pastor of The Brooklyn Tabernacle and award-winning author of Fresh Wind, Fresh Fire; Fresh Faith; and Fresh Power
-Multiple-voice dramatization brings the Bible to life with world-class narration and colorful, 1-to-the-text character renderings
-Fully orchestrated background with sound effects provides maximum enhancement of the text reading
-Digital engineering from start to finish delivers the ultimate in clarity and listening enjoyment
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