Getting Started Main Idea: To extend and expand requires us to be all in! Discussion Starter: What would happen if you couldn’t use your cell phone for an entire day? Introduction: This week, we saw three pictures of generosity; Hannah, the widow of Zarephath, and the widow’s mite. In these pictures, one gave her first, another her last, […]Read More
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Getting Started Main Idea: The Mind Monsters of emotion have moved from under our beds to inside our heads. Discussion Starter: Have you known anyone to have some deep-seated fear, a fear that paralyzed them or prevented them from doing something? Have you experienced any of these: fear of heights, speaking in public, tight spaces, spiders, snakes, […]Read More
Getting Started Main Idea: Emotions are the monsters under our beds that climbed into our heads! Discussion Starter: Have you ever gone the wrong direction? Name a time (physically or mentally) where you thought you were headed the right direction but realized you were completely lost. Introduction: Emotions are a funny thing. Have you ever felt something, yet didn’t […]Read More
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 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: Set the table for a Spirit-filled legacy in your family. Discussion Starter: Does anyone know a good “dad joke?” Here are a couple to get you started: “How does Moses make his coffee? He brews it.” “What do John the Baptist and Winnie the Pooh have in common? They […]Read More
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