A CUP OF LIFE
There are many principles for today’s ministry clearly displayed in the Book of Acts.
Join our study as we apply this principles to our Rio Coco Cafe ministry, as well as in day-to-day living.
Chapter 1: As We Begin
How a family from Maui got involved in an outreach
on the island of Utila. It is a pretty amazing story!
Chapter 2: Relational Discipleship
What is the lifestyle of evangelism and discipleship that Jesus gave us, and which the Early Church
adopted and which proved phenomenally successful in spreading to all parts of the Roman Empire?
Chapter 3: The Bible: Mythology or History?
In our modern world, can we accept the Bible as God’s Word or is it just another book
of mythology and ancient men’s opinions? How are we to read the Bible to extract those
everlasting principles that are life giving?
Chapter 4: How, When, & Where
What was the mission that Jesus gave to His disciples? How did He
direct them to do their job? Where were they to do with this Message?
Chapter 5: The Birth of the Church
How did the Holy Spirit first show up in force in the First Century? What are the manner in
which we are to “get saved”? How does Christianity differ from all the religions of the world?
Chapter 6: The First Miracle
What is a miracle? Why does God use miracles? How did the First Century audience respond to
miraculous events? What type of people does God like to use to accomplish amazing things?
Chapter 7: Don’t Mess With The Holy Spirit
How does the concept of “integrity” fit into the ministry model of the First Century Church? How
are we to deal with sin issues? How does Greek drama fit into an important principle of ministry?
Chapter 8: On A Mission From God
What happens when God’s Children become comfortable? How does God use adverse situations in the
life of the follower of Jesus? How can we be be successful in the ministry that God has called us to?
Chapter 9: Deaf Ear Disciples
How can we walk out our lives with God, hearing from Him on a regular basis, and still not get a critical
part of the message. Peter lived with Jesus, was there on the Day of Pentecost, yet somehow missed a
critical part of the strategy for the Early Church. He just like us: A Deaf Ear Disciple!