Course Overview

The Book of Acts tells us how the early church faced the challenge of taking the gospel to the world. It tells how the gospel made its way westward until at last it reached Rome. It is a book of people and places. You will find this study simple yet stimulating and satisfying. It is a fast-moving survey of those stirring events which changed everything.


You will cover

  • • New Testament

  • • Early Church

  • • Apostle Paul

  • • Great Commission

Curriculum

  • 1

    The Book Itself (Acts)

    • Text – Chapter 1

    • Exam – Chapter 1

    • What Do You Say? – Chapter 1

  • 2

    Acts 1–2 - The Coming of Pentecost

    • Text – Chapter 2

    • Exam – Chapter 2

    • What Do You Say? – Chapter 2

  • 3

    Acts 3–5 - Triumph and Testing

    • Text – Chapter 3

    • Exam – Chapter 3

    • What Do You Say? – Chapter 3

  • 4

    Acts 6–8 - A Martyr and a Missionary

    • Text – Chapter 4

    • Exam – Chapter 4

    • What Do You Say? – Chapter 4

  • 5

    Acts 9–10 - Two Key Conversions

    • Text – Chapter 5

    • Exam – Chapter 5

    • What Do You Say? – Chapter 5

  • 6

    Acts 11–12 - Growing Pains

    • Text – Chapter 6

    • Exam – Chapter 6

    • What Do You Say? – Chapter 6

    • Write It Out! 1

  • 7

    Acts 13–15 - The Regions Beyond

    • Text – Chapter 7

    • Exam – Chapter 7

    • What Do You Say? – Chapter 7

  • 8

    Acts 16:1–18:22 - The Second Round

    • Text – Chapter 8

    • Exam – Chapter 8

    • What Do You Say? – Chapter 8

  • 9

    Acts 18:23–20:38 - The Second Round

    • Text – Chapter 9

    • Exam – Chapter 9

    • What Do You Say? – Chapter 9

  • 10

    Acts 21–24 Paul Is Arrested

    • Text – Chapter 10

    • Exam – Chapter 10

    • What Do You Say? – Chapter 10

  • 11

    Acts 25–26 The Appeal to Caesar

    • Text – Chapter 11

    • Exam – Chapter 11

    • What Do You Say? – Chapter 11

  • 12

    Acts 27–28 Perils and Prison

    • Text – Chapter 12

    • Exam – Chapter 12

    • What Do You Say? – Chapter 12

    • Write It Out! 2

  • 13

    Prayer Requests

    • Anything we can pray about?

Emmaus Worldwide's Correspondence School

Emmaus Worldwide's correspondence school exists to glorify God by providing biblically-sound resources and structured study materials for the purpose of teaching people from every nation to know Jesus Christ as Savior and to live in a way that is consistent with God’s Word.