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REVIEW. “What did you take away from last time?” [Refer to last week’s responses.] “How did that go?”READ.Revelation 11:15; 20:6Discussion Questions:Truth - What is the main point of this passage?Repentance - How does this impact your personallyFaith - How might God be asking you to respond?RESPOND. “Ask God, how can today’s discussion further your…
 
REVIEW. “What did you take away from last time?” [Refer to last week’s responses.] “How did that go?”READ.Judges 2:18-19; Hebrews 13:7, 17Discussion Questions:Truth - What is the main point of this passage?Repentance - How does this impact your personallyFaith - How might God be asking you to respond?RESPOND. “Ask God, how can today’s discussion fu…
 
REVIEW. “What did you take away from last time?” [Refer to last week’s responses.] “How did that go?”READ.Ephesians 6:12-17Discussion Questions:Truth - What is the main point of this passage?Repentance - How does this impact your personallyFaith - How might God be asking you to respond?RESPOND. “Ask God, how can today’s discussion further your rela…
 
REVIEW. “What did you take away from last time?” [Refer to last week’s responses.] “How did that go?”READ.Deuteronomy 8:2-4Discussion Questions:Truth - What is the main point of this passage?Repentance - How does this impact your personallyFaith - How might God be asking you to respond?RESPOND. “Ask God, how can today’s discussion further your rela…
 
REVIEW. “What did you take away from last time?” [Refer to last week’s responses.] “How did that go?”READ.1 Peter 2:9Discussion Questions:Truth - What is the main point of this passage?Repentance - How does this impact your personallyFaith - How might God be asking you to respond?RESPOND. “Ask God, how can today’s discussion further your relationsh…
 
REVIEW. “What did you take away from last time?” [Refer to last week’s responses.] “How did that go?”READ.1 Peter 1:18-19Discussion Questions:Truth - What is the main point of this passage?Repentance - How does this impact your personallyFaith - How might God be asking you to respond?RESPOND. “Ask God, how can today’s discussion further your relati…
 
REVIEW. “What did you take away from last time?” [Refer to last week’s responses.] “How did that go?”READ.Galatians 5:13Discussion Questions:Truth - What is the main point of this passage?Repentance - How does this impact your personallyFaith - How might God be asking you to respond?RESPOND. “Ask God, how can today’s discussion further your relatio…
 
REVIEW. “What did you take away from last time?” [Refer to last week’s responses.] “How did that go?”READ.Romans 4:13, 20-21Discussion Questions:Truth - What is the main point of this passage?Repentance - How does this impact your personallyFaith - How might God be asking you to respond?RESPOND. “Ask God, how can today’s discussion further your rel…
 
REVIEW. “What did you take away from last time?” [Refer to last week’s responses.] “How did that go?”READ.1 Peter 3:20-21Discussion Questions:Truth - What is the main point of this passage?Repentance - How does this impact your personallyFaith - How might God be asking you to respond? RESPOND. “Ask God, how can today’s discussion further your relat…
 
REVIEW. “What did you take away from last time?” [Refer to last week’s responses.] “How did that go?”READ.Summary: God gives us the power, love and desire to walk in relationship.Discussion Questions:1. What do you think the serpents primary goal is in this story?2. Do you feel you’ve befriended darkness anywhere? What’s the appeal?3. Read 1 John 1…
 
REVIEW. “What did you take away from last time?” [Refer to last week’s responses.] “How did that go?”READ.Summary: God gives us the power, love and desire to walk in relationship.Discussion Questions:1. How does Revelation 21:3 describe the end of our life story?2. In 2 Timothy 1:7, what does God's Spirit give us to get there? Describe how each ele…
 
REVIEW. “What did you take away from last time?”[Refer to last week’s responses.] “How did that go?”READ. Revelation 2:4-5,10Summary: Put your hope in your first love.Discussion Questions:1. In fearful and troubling times, what are we tempted to do?2. In Revelation 2:10, what is the opposite of fear? According to Revelation 2:4-5 what must motivate…
 
REVIEW. “What did you take away from last time?”[Refer to last week’s responses.] “How did that go?”READ. 2 Corinthians 5:7 & 2 Kings 6:15-17Summary: Live by faith not by sightDiscussion Questions:1. What are the things in your life that look overwhelming or discouraging?2. Who do you think God is in those moments?3. What could it look like to live…
 
REVIEW. “What did you take away from last time?” [Refer to last week’s responses.] “How did that go?”READ. Romans 13:11-14Summary: God prepares us for fruitful relationship.Discussion Questions:1. John 15:2 describes two things that God does to us as vines: He “lifts up” (which is a better translation than “takes away”) and He “prunes.” First, He l…
 
REVIEW. “What did you take away from last time?” [Refer to last week’s responses.] “How did that go?”READ. Romans 13:11-14Summary: Our loving deeds reveal our devotion to our Groom.Discussion Questions:1. How do people live when they do not have a future and eternal hope? How does a future hope shape how we live today?2. What does Romans 13:14 mean…
 
REVIEW. “What did you take away from last time?” [Refer to last week’s responses.] “How did that go?”READ. Romans 13:8-9Discussion Questions:1. What do you think of the idea that we have a "continuing debt" to love one another? What do you think that means?2. What is the difference between merely following commandments and actually loving your neig…
 
REVIEW. “What did you take away from last time?” [Refer to last week’s responses.] “How did that go?” READ. Romans 13:1-713:1 Let everyone be subject to the governing authorities, for there is no authority except that which God has established. The authorities that exist have been established by God.13:2 Consequently, whoever rebels against the aut…
 
READ. Romans 12:9-21Summary: Jesus is the best thing Christians can give to others. Discussion Questions:1. As a follower of Jesus, the greatest of God’s commands that we follow, is to love Him and others. Read Paul’s list of what a Christian looks like in Romans 12:9-2. What sticks out and why? Could this list be lived out without the presence of …
 
REVIEW. “What did you take away from last time?” [Refer to last week’s responses.] “How did that go?”READ. Romans 12:3-8Summary: We freely give what we receive within the limits of faith.Discussion Questions:1. According to this passage, why did God make us all so unique?2. What are the signs that we are doing more or less than what God asks of us?…
 
REVIEW. “What did you take away from last time?” [Refer to last week’s responses.] “How did that go?”READ.Sermon Summary: Receiving mercy transforms the way you think.Main Passage: Romans 12:1-2Discussion Questions:1. Why do you think holiness is pleasing to God? Why is Jesus's sacrifice important in this regard?2. What does it mean to live sacrifi…
 
- DGroup - REVIEW. “What did you take away from last time?” [Refer to last week’s responses.] “How did that go?”READ.Summary: God displays his faithfulness through His justice and mercy which are fulfilled through Jesus.Main Passage: Esther 8-10Discussion Questions:Where are the moments where you find it hard to see God at work in your life?God’s l…
 
REVIEW. “What did you take away from last time?” [Refer to last week’s responses.] “How did that go?” READ.Summary: Living in faith is our participation in the saving work of Jesus.Main Passage: Esther 5-7Discussion Questions:Can you see any parallels in the Esther story between the way God deals with Haman and the way he deals with our sin? Do you…
 
REVIEW. “What did you take away from last time?” [Refer to last week’s responses.] “How did that go?”READ.Summary: God's hidden glory is displayed through our faith in Him.Main Passage: Esther 4:16Discussion Questions:1. What does "identifying" with Christ look like publicly in your life?2. Have you experienced a time when being faith-filled and tr…
 
REVIEW. “What did you take away from last time?” [Refer to last week’s responses.] “How did that go?”READ.Summary: We repent from racism by looking deeper.Discussion Questions:1. 2 Corinthians 5:16 says, don’t judge people from a “worldly” viewpoint. How does Galatians 3:28 describe those “worldly” classifications?2. What does verses 26-27 say is a…
 
REVIEW. “What did you take away from last time?” [Refer to last week’s responses.] “How did that go?”READ.Summary: God’s hidden glory is actively ruling our world.Discussion Questions:1. How is God described in 1 Timothy 6:15-16? Why do people struggle with believing that?2. How does 2 Corinthians 5:7 tell us to walk? How will believing in God's hi…
 
READ.Main Verse: 2 Thessalonians 1:4-5Summary: Jesus's return redeems present suffering.1. When is a time you truly suffered at the hands of others? What did that produce in you?2. What do you think Paul boasts about the persecutions and endurance of the church in Thessalonica?3. How does the idea of entrusting ultimate justice to Jesus sit with yo…
 
READ.Main Verse: Titus 2:11-15Summary: Introducing Jesus to culture needs clear, loving authority.Discussion Questions:1. Why is personal integrity essential to making disciples? Are there any potential pitfalls to this?2. Do you ever lovingly rebuke people? How does that typically go? How do you know if you should?3. Read Titus 3:4-8. Are you conf…
 
READ.Summary: Humility reflects Christ to world around us.Discussion Questions:1. Read Phil 2:3-4 - What do you think of this definition of humility? What would change in your life if you carried yourself in this way?2. Read Phil 2:5-8 - What does it mean to imitate Christ's humility?3. Read Phil 3:7-11 - What are you tempted to elevate beyond the …
 
REVIEW. “What did you take away from last time?” [Refer to last week’s responses.] “How did that go?”READ.Summary: A love relationship with God is based on trust versus rules.Discussion Questions:1. According to Galatians 2:16 how is our relationship with God made right? Explain in your own words how that is true.2. In Galatians 5:22-23, what does …
 
REVIEW. “What did you take away from last time?” [Refer to last week’s responses.] “How did that go?”READSermon Summary: God's wisdom is known through the Spirit.Main Passage: 1 Corinthians 1:18-22Discussion Questions:1. Read 1 Corinthians 1:18-22. Do you have examples of the "worlds wisdom" not panning out in your life? Why didn't it work?2. Why d…
 
REVIEW. “What did you take away from last time?” [Refer to last week’s responses.] “How did that go?”READ.Summary: All personal problems are solved by gospel solutions.Discussion Questions: Read Romans 8:3-41. Why can’t we keep the law? When you have tension with others, in what kind of laws or rules do you put your trust? For Paul, where does he t…
 
REVIEW. “What did you take away from last time?” [Refer to last week’s responses.] “How did that go?”READ.Main Passage; John 5:39-40Sermon Summary: Truth is a person that requires an invitation and introduction.Discussion Questions:1. Read John 5:39-40. What do you think Jesus is trying communicate here?2. Read Colossians 3:9-10. What does it mean …
 
REVIEW. “What did you take away from last time?” [Refer to last week’s responses.] “How did that go?”READ.Summary: The antidote to sin is an ongoing transfusion of Jesus' life.Discussion Questions:1. What is the condition of humanity, and what is our solution? Romans 3:23; 6:232. Why can we be more afraid of COVID-19 than sin? What does Matthew 10:…
 
REVIEW. “What did you take away from last time?” [Refer to last week’s responses.] “How did that go?”READ.Summary: To receive mercy practice repentance and mercy.Discussion Questions:1. Palm Sunday is the time when we remember Christ’s entry into Jerusalem as both our King and our Savior. Contrast the two responses to Jesus entering Jerusalem, in M…
 
REVIEW. “What did you take away from last time?” [Refer to last week’s responses.] “How did that go?”READ. 2 Samuel 24Summary: Judgment produces repentance and faith if we are humble.Discussion Questions:1. Read 2 Samuel 24. What did David do wrong, that deserved God's judgment? How are we similar to David?2. How did David respond to God's three op…
 
REVIEW. “What did you take away from last time?” [Refer to last week’s responses.] “How did that go?”READ. Psalm 91:9-10Sermon Summary: Our peaceful presence, authentic worship and faith-filled activity speak to who is in control of the world.Discussion Questions:1. Has the instability in society these days effected your relationship with God at al…
 
REVIEW.“What did you take away from last time?” [Refer to last week’s responses.] “How did that go?”READ.Summary: God's covenant for marriage is for a husband and wife to unite in reflecting and expanding God's love and authority.Discussion Questions:1. What did God first expect of married couples? Genesis 1:28. How does this shape what “suitable h…
 
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