Category: Discussion Questions

All the Feels Week 1 – Discussion Guide

Getting Started Main Idea: Through complete submission and surrender to God, we can refuse to let all the feels have all the power. Introduction: Emotional immaturity is a sign of spiritual immaturity. Emotions make us feel all over the place, but we can avoid handing over control to our emotions by living in step with the […]

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Easter – Discussion Guide

Getting Started Main Idea: Real Love requires a response. Introduction: This week we celebrate Easter and remember God’s great love for us and Jesus’ amazing resurrection. How do we respond to such great love? Discussion Starter: What is your favorite love story? Encounter God Primary Scriptures: Matthew 28:1-10, Romans 5:8, 1 John 4:15-16 Discussion Questions: Read […]

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Lamplighters Week 3 – Discussion Guide

Getting Started Main Idea: “Winners of souls must first be weepers of souls.” —Charles Spurgeon Introduction: Lamplighters should be burdened for those far from God. Do you remember the moment you were saved? It’s easy to forget sometimes how miraculous that moment was for each of us. As Christ-followers, we were all dead in sin and […]

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Lamplighters Week 2 – Discussion Guide

Getting Started Main Idea: Are you burdened for those far from God? Lamplighters are burdened. Introduction:  We are ALL called to be His lamplighters. How do you know if you are burdened? Discussion Starter:  What are you passionate about? What gets you out of bed in the morning? What gets you excited in life? Encounter God […]

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Lamplighters Week 1 – Discussion Guide

Getting Started Main Idea: Wake up sleeper, you have a purpose, you are a lamplighter. Introduction: For Christians, there is a common thread in all our stories. Christ called us disciples and regardless of what our day-to-day walk looks like, we are ALL called to be His lamplighters. Discussion Starter: Have you wondered what’s out there for you? […]

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Atomic Life Week 5 – Discussion Guide

Getting Started Main Idea: Discipline, or sanctification, is the process of replacing wrong habits and values learned in the world with holy habits. Introduction: Everyone has habits whether you realize them or not.  You may call them routines, you may not call them anything. They are embedded routes our minds take with or without a level of […]

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