SAINT LUKE - In His Own Words
Saint Luke was born a Greek and a Gentile in Antioch, Syria. He was a physician and it is very possible that he provided medical assistance to Saint Paul.
In the third Gospel, Luke emphasizes Christ's compassion for sinners and for those who suffer. One will also find in Luke's account of the gospel, a strong emphasis on the role women played in Christ's ministry.
This is a Bible‐based theatrical presentation that many say is more thought‐provoking than any they have ever seen, Mark Price brings key figures of history to life. They will speak to you about their lives and experiences with Jesus.
Mark hopes that his Portrayals will encourage people to get to know those who were closest to Jesus, to dig deeper into the Scriptures and to grow in their faith.
Section 1 ‐ Introduction
Section 2 - Gospel According to Luke
Jesus’ Forgiveness and God’s Mercy
Faith of the Gentiles
Jesus’ Love for the Poor
Respect for Women
Healing Power of Jesus
Section 3 - Acts of the Apostles (Holy Spirit)
The Promise of the Spirit
Peter at Pentecost
Early Church Communities
Section 4 - Conclusion
Luke’s Final Thoughts
Resurrection of Jesus
Section 5 ‐ Q&A—Questions from the audience