Getting Started Main Idea: Love is central to the life of a Christ-follower, but so many of us are so familiar with a world-warped version of love that we often miss out on the kinds of relationships we could be having with others and with God. Discussion Starter: What is your weirdest favorite thing to […]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: Fear is all around us. We see it on social media and on the faces in the grocery stores. We see masks, gloves, and death reports…but are we fearing the right thing, or are we allowing the enemy to distract us with fear? Introduction: This year our theme verse is Acts […]Read More
Getting Started Main Idea: Biblical prophecies may seem scary to some, but for Christ-followers they are encouraging. Introduction: This week Pastor Chris outlined some key Biblical prophecies concerning Jesus’ return and pointed out that Christians should be comforted. We should find joy that we are not alone and comfort one another that He will draw us to […]Read More
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