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    Uncommon

    In this series the story of the early church continues to unfold. More and more, people from outside the Jewish family, formerly called “common” or “unclean” are coming to faith in Christ; some by miraculous events and some through the messenger of God. Peter, the outspoken leader is confronted with this and learns that God’s grace is “uncommon” and reaches to all people regardless of their heritage, culture, or hang-ups. During this time, while under great opposition and persecution, the church comes together unified in their love of God and care for each other, especially in the strategic trade route city called Antioch, the cradle of early Jewish-Gentile Christianity.

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      Christian Chapman is the campus pastor at the Berewick Campus of Steele Creek Church of Charlotte, where he preaches the uncompromised Word of God, trains church planters, and invest in the spiritual growth of those in his care.

      Christian is also the author of Testify and Breaking Down Walls, which focuses on Christians fulfilling the Great Commission and living out God’s purpose for their life. Christian graduated from Southern Wesleyan University where his success as a Hall of Fame collegiate baseball player led to playing baseball over seas with Athletes in Action as a missionary.

      His natural charisma and experiences in sports have led to international ministry opportunities where he’s served as a Nascar Chaplain and pastored collegians at Universities around the country.

      Christian lives in Charlotte, North Carolina, with his lovely wife, Amy, and three handsome boys, Malachi, Isaiah and Jeremiah.

       

      Malachi 3:10

      Bring the whole tithe into the storehouse, that there may be food in my house. Test me in this,” says the Lord Almighty, “and see if I will not throw open the floodgates of heaven and pour out so much blessing that there will not be room enough to store it.