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Truthers Week 4 – Discussion Guide

Getting Started Main Idea: Our words can spark fires that steal, kill, and destroy OR spread warmth, light, and life. Discussion Starter: Have you ever heard a child or someone with “no filter” say something shocking but hilarious? Introduction: We convince ourselves that we would never be so reckless with our words to hurt others or that our […]

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Truthers Week 3 – Discussion Guide

Getting Started Main Idea: Living not just informed but TRANSFORMED!!! Discussion Starter: Have you ever completed a class, read a book, started a new workout routine only to finish (or maybe even not), and two weeks later you can’t remember much about the topic? Introduction: In today’s modern world, we are extremely educated.  The internet where Google, Wikipedia, […]

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Truthers Week 2 – Discussion Guide

Getting Started Main Idea: Temptation is everywhere, but there is an escape. Discussion Starter: What food do you find the most tempting? Introduction: Temptation is tough, but God promised a way of escape. God knows you; He created you. He also knows and understands Satan, who is constantly putting tripping hazards in your path. Satan […]

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Truthers Week 1 – Discussion Guide

Getting Started Main Idea: Trials are a good thing. Discussion Starter: What is the wildest conspiracy theory you have ever heard? Introduction: This week we begin a new series on the book of James called Truthers. James did not initially believe his brother Jesus was the Messiah, but after the resurrection, James was convinced and […]

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Wake Up Week 4 – Discussion Guide

Getting Started Main Idea:  The culture says it’s not possible to be holy and happy at the same time. At Faith Promise, one of our values is We Put God First. If we all put God first in all of the choices we make, then our choices will make us holy AND happy. Discussion Starter: […]

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Wake Up Week 3 – Discussion Guide

Getting Started Main Idea:  No matter who we are, our outlook on life colors our perception of the objective facts. We will either use the Bible as our “lens” to view reality or we will use something else. Discussion Starter: If you remember the eclipse from a few years ago, you probably remember that you […]

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