Getting Started Main Idea: We are His witnesses. Proximity to Jesus demands proximity to the lost. Discussion Starter: What’s your excuse for not sharing the real love of Jesus with anyone and everyone? Introduction: When reflecting on this question, it can be easy to begin creating our short list of reasons why we aren’t telling […]Read More
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, […]Read More
Getting Started Main Idea: How are you making room for God in your life? Introduction: This week we began a new series: Rooms. Many people used the extra time at home in the last few weeks to do some cleaning and purging. What if we did the same thing in our spiritual lives? Discussion Starter: […]Read More
Getting Started Main Idea: Moms bring everyone together and hold everything together in the home. Mom’s secret weapon is that she is an image bearer of Christ. Jesus belongs in the center of your life. When Jesus is the center, He brings everyone together and holds everything together. Introduction: We all share one thing in common: none […]Read More
Getting Started Main Idea: Money brings comfort and security for many people; that is, if the money keeps coming. What happens when the flow of cash has stopped or dramatically slowed? You become cashed out if you serve the love of money. Trusting in God for our provision builds an immunity to the fear of the […]Read More
Getting Started Main Idea: Large gatherings is not the vision of Faith Promise. Advancing the cause of Christ is what matters. This is not a time of persecution, but we will use it as an opportunity for persecution and tribulation preparation. Introduction: In preparation for the real thing, schools have fire drills, the military has war games, […]Read More
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