Dear Theophilus, Acts, by Peter DeHaan

New Release: Dear Theophilus Acts

What can today’s church learn from the early church?

Step into the world of Jesus’s first church with DEAR THEOPHILUS ACTS. In this insightful 40-day Bible study, teacher Peter DeHaan delves into the historical and spiritual significance of the book of Acts to provide valuable perspectives for today’s church.

As we journey through the book of Acts, we embrace the compelling narrative of Jesus’s followers as they navigate the uncharted territory of spreading the gospel. Luke, a non-Jewish writer, offers a fresh perspective that can resonate with those on the outside looking in, much like many of us today.

From the outpouring of the Holy Spirit to the trials and triumphs of the New Testament church, each day’s study offers a deep dive into the lessons and challenges faced by the early believers.

Delve into topics such as church leadership, prayer, miracles, disagreements, and the power of the Holy Spirit. In this way, DEAR THEOPHILUS ACTS provides relevant insights that can inform and inspire modern-day believers in their faith journey.

This Bible study is perfect for both personal reflection and group study. Bonus sections enhance your understanding of key themes and passages in Acts.

Whether you’re a seasoned believer or a newcomer to the faith, DEAR THEOPHILUS ACTS offers a discerning view on the timeless truths found in the book of Acts and their relevance for today’s church.

Join us on this transformative journey through the early church. Uncover the enduring legacy of Luke’s writing. And discover how we can impact others for Jesus in our own communities today.

Get your copy of DEAR THEOPHILUS ACTS to begin your journey.

[This book has also been published as Tongues of Fire.]


Peter DeHaan writes about biblical Christianity to confront status quo religion and live a life that matters. He seeks a fresh approach to following Jesus through the lens of Scripture, without the baggage of made-up traditions and meaningless practices.

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