Category: Discussion Questions

I Still Love this Land – Discussion Guide

Getting Started Main Idea: Wherever you find yourself, settle in and plant roots to live there. Discussion Starter: When you move to live in a different house or apartment, how long does it take you to get all the boxes unpacked? Introduction: God sent a message to the exiles in Babylon. He told them to […]

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Heart of God – Discussion Guide

Getting Started Main Idea: Pastor encourages Promisors to pursue the HEART OF GOD and find ways to be one in unity against the destructive forces of darkness and division. Discussion Starter: Stories are powerful. How you your story makes people connect with you. You are all storytellers. To do this activity: one person acts as […]

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Father’s Day – Discussion Guide

Getting Started Main Idea: Every one of us is currently building a legacy that will continue after we are gone. But what kind of legacy is it? Discussion Starter: What is the oldest building, statue, or structure that you have ever personally seen? How old is it? Has it been repaired much? How much thought […]

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Welcome Back – Discussion Guide

Getting Started Main Idea: The Church is not a place, but a people provoking each other. Discussion Starter: Do you have someone in your life the pushes you to be better? Introduction: As many of us have returned, we are also thankful to those who remain at home for their commitment to the Real Love movement, […]

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A Real Conversation – Discussion Guide

Getting Started Main Idea: Your house, your home, and your life cannot shine His light for others to see when you don’t welcome everyone. Discussion Starter: As a nation, we have participated in racism to some degree for hundreds of years. Sometimes the belittlement of an individual due to the pigmentation of their skin is […]

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Rooms Week 3 – Discussion Guide

Getting Started Main Idea: The wrong master in the bedroom will destroy your marriage bed. Discussion Starter: If you are married, how long have you been married? If you are not married, think of a married couple you know and admire. What sets their marriage apart? Introduction: This week we reread 1 Corinthians 13:4-8 and […]

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