Getting Started Main Idea: How present are you really when you are with God? Discussion Starter: Can you think of a place or an event where you observed people all around but felt like no one was really there? Maybe a class in school where everyone was daydreaming, napping or chit chatting instead of paying attention to […]Read More
Getting Started Main Idea: The Church is constantly coming together and serving each other. Discussion Starter: What is your favorite part of Faith Promise? Introduction: This week, we continued to look at the importance of assembling together as a church. Many are opting to skip attending church because values are shifting. Too many of us […]Read More
Getting Started Main Idea: The church is not a building; it is people who trust in Christ. However, like a building, things start to fall apart when they are not connected to each other and do not support each other. Discussion Starter: When you grew up, how did you define “church?” Introduction: When mother birds want their children to […]Read More
Getting Started Main Idea: We as Promisors need to prepare the way for another movement of God now and for the next generation. Discussion Starter: With the beginning of summer right around the corner and all this talk of digging, share if you have plans to get out in your yard or even if you […]Read More
Getting Started Main Idea: Worshiping God eventually leads to imitating God, which means giving with gladness. Discussion Starter: What’s the most impressive gift you’ve ever seen given to someone else? (In person, not on YouTube!) Introduction: This week, Pastor Chris talked about the spiritual forces that are behind our own desires, and how Jesus said that humans tend […]Read More
Getting Started Main Idea: When we give like God gives, we become united in purpose, experience gladness, sincerity of heart, and find true community. Discussion Starter: What is the most special gift you have ever been given? Introduction: In the last week of Shadow of a Doubt, we discuss generosity. As followers of Jesus, we are called […]Read More
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