Apr 7, 2024
Unstoppable Faith
  • Apr 7, 2024Unstoppable Faith
    Apr 7, 2024
    Unstoppable Faith
  • Mar 17, 2024Two Pauls and a Blind Sorcerer
    Mar 17, 2024
    Two Pauls and a Blind Sorcerer
  • Jan 21, 2024Unstoppable Expansion Acts 8:1-25
    Jan 21, 2024
    Unstoppable Expansion Acts 8:1-25
    Introduction: A new level of persecution 
    • The Gospel Expands to Samaria
    • Simon the Magician
    • An Ancient Modern Method for the Church
    Discussion Questions 
    1. Reflect on the challenges faced by the early Christians in Acts 8:1-25. How could they remain faithful and continue spreading the Gospel amid persecution?
    2. In Acts 8:4-8, the scattered believers preached the word wherever they went. How can we apply this example to our own lives? How can we boldly share our faith even in difficult circumstances?
    3. Simon the Magician was intrigued by the power of the Holy Spirit but had the wrong motivation for seeking it. How can we ensure that our desire for spiritual gifts and experiences aligns with God's purposes and not our selfish ambitions?
    4. The world may look chaotic and out of control, but it is not out of God’s hand. Do you see fear (in the cultural drift, political uncertainty, life experiences, etc.) creating practical distrust for God and discontentment in your life? How do you trust, in humility, the sovereignty of God and His good governance?
  • Sep 3, 2023Finding Encouragement in the Peace of God
    Sep 3, 2023
    Finding Encouragement in the Peace of God
    Series: (All)
    "He had learned contentment as a direct result of his walk with Christ. Look at the phrase, 'I can do all things through Him'. This was not Paul's claim to be able to do literally anything infinity, this was Paul's secret to being content in every situation."
  • Aug 27, 2023Is He Worthy?
    Aug 27, 2023
    Is He Worthy?
    Series: (All)
    "Is the gospel and our sacrificial lamb Jesus Christ your treasure? Is He worthy? Is He worthy of your funds? Is He worthy of your time? Is He worthy of your energies? Is He worthy of your life?
  • May 28, 2023The Gospel and The Church
    May 28, 2023
    The Gospel and The Church
    Series: Titus
  • Mar 26, 2023The Anatomy of Sin
    Mar 26, 2023
    The Anatomy of Sin
    Series: King David
    Today Pastor Josh spoke on David's fall into temptation and what happens when Nathan confronts him. "We're so harsh towards everyone else's sins, but it's easy for us to ignore, and excuse, and shove away our own sin."
  • Jan 8, 2023Know Grow Serve: Grow
    Jan 8, 2023
    Know Grow Serve: Grow
    Grow in Christ
  • Aug 7, 2022Follow Jesus Together
    Aug 7, 2022
    Follow Jesus Together
  • Jul 31, 2022Jesus in the Hardships
    Jul 31, 2022
    Jesus in the Hardships
    Follow Jesus Session 3 NOTES (2)
  • Jul 24, 2022“Live for Jesus”
    Jul 24, 2022
    “Live for Jesus”
  • Jul 10, 2022“Who is Jesus”
    Jul 10, 2022
    “Who is Jesus”
  • Mar 27, 2022“Jesus’ Better Sacrifice”
    Mar 27, 2022
    “Jesus’ Better Sacrifice”
    Series: Hebrews
    HEBREWS | Hebrews 9:15-28 Jesus’ Better Sacrifice March 27, 2022
    1. How does the complete sacrifice of Christ strengthen your faith today?
    2. What was the importance of sprinkling with blood? What was the symbolism of it?
    3. What did Jesus offer when He approached the presence of God on our behalf?
    4. What practical impact does the fact that Jesus need only die once have on us? How does this truth effect our lives today 2000 years after His sacrifice for us?
    5. Hebrews 9:28c says, “[Christ] will appear a second time, not to deal with sin but to save those who are eagerly waiting for Him.” Connect this with the following Scriptures and share how we should be “eagerly waiting for Him?” (John 14:2–3; Romans 8:23; 1 Thessalonians 4:16–17; 2 Timothy 4:8; Titus 2:13)
    6. Share a reason you are thankful for the new covenant through Jesus Christ.
  • Mar 20, 2022“A Clean Conscience”
    Mar 20, 2022
    “A Clean Conscience”
    Series: Hebrews
    HEBREWS | Hebrews 9:1-14 A Clean Conscience March 20, 2022
    1. In what ways did the tabernacle aid worship for God’s people in the Old Testament?
    2. Why is it important to recognize that the holiness of God has not changed?
    3. What is the importance of Jesus going into the “holy place” of heaven (9:11-12)?
    4. What are the differences and/or similarities to how we worship God today?
    5. The conscience is mentioned in 9:8 and 9:14, what are the differences? How should this impact us when we consider what Christ has done for us?
  • Nov 14, 2021“Household Codes”
    Nov 14, 2021
    “Household Codes”
    Small Group Questions: Text: Col. 3:18-4:1
    1. Which words were emphasized, repeated, or connected in this passage? What are 2-3 themes or key ideas that emerge?
    2. What are some of the roles (single,husband,wife,parent,child,roommate, friend, employee, boss, etc.) you have in life right now? What does it look like for you to live out your specific roles under the lordship of Jesus (3:17)?
    3. How many times does Paul mention “the Lord” in this passage? Why do you think he would emphasize Christ’s lordship so much in a section about roles and relationships?
    4. Is there a specific role or relationship that you’re struggling to follow Christ in? What is the struggle and how can the group pray about this struggle for you?
    5. Read Col. 3:13; 4:1; Eph. 5:25-28; Matt. 18:23-35. How does our relationship with Christ and acknowledging how He has treated us help us to have the right heart in our roles and relationships?
    6. Read all of Colossians again this coming week and write down what you’ve learned, things that have stood out to you, or things you want to take away from our study of Colossians.
  • Sep 12, 2021Finding God in a Dry Land
    Sep 12, 2021
    Finding God in a Dry Land
    Small Group Questions – Psalms 42 and 43Read Psalms 42 & 43
    1. What condition is the psalmist experiencing in Psalm 42:1-2? If the writer himself is likened to a deer, what do the dried up “streams” represent?
    2. Since the cause was not sin, what elements appear to have triggered the psalmist’s condition? Look through the entire psalm (that is, both Psalms 42 and 43).
    3. How might each “trigger” factor noted in Q.2 apply to you today?
    4. What does the psalmist do to face this condition?
    5. Psalms 42 & 43 point us to the true hope we can have in the midst of trouble. What is that hope and how does the Gospel of Jesus help deepen our understanding of that hope?