Acts 17 – A Return on Your Investment

If you’re up to speed on financial language, you will be familiar with the term ROI – Return on Investment.  When we put money into our 401Ks, we expect (hope for) a good ROI so we can retire one day.  When we go to work each day, we expect a good ROI on our time and talents invested.  But what about in our faith?  Is there such thing as a ROI on our faith lives.  As we look into Acts 17 this week, we encounter a Paul who, from all earthy perspectives, should be seeking new investment opportunities… and yet he keeps pressing on.  As we look a little closer at Paul’s motivations and his heart, we each will be challenged to examine our own lives as well!