Getting Started Main Idea: Are you burdened for those far from God? Lamplighters are burdened. Introduction: We are ALL called to be His lamplighters. How do you know if you are burdened? Discussion Starter: What are you passionate about? What gets you out of bed in the morning? What gets you excited in life? Encounter God […]Read More
Getting Started Main Idea: Wake up sleeper, you have a purpose, you are a lamplighter. Introduction: For Christians, there is a common thread in all our stories. Christ called us disciples and regardless of what our day-to-day walk looks like, we are ALL called to be His lamplighters. Discussion Starter: Have you wondered what’s out there for you? […]Read More
Getting Started Main Idea: Discipline, or sanctification, is the process of replacing wrong habits and values learned in the world with holy habits. Introduction: Everyone has habits whether you realize them or not. You may call them routines, you may not call them anything. They are embedded routes our minds take with or without a level of […]Read More
Getting Started Main Idea: The habit of serving others leads to a powerful life filled with purpose. Introduction: This week Pastor Zac continued our Atomic Life series with a message on serving. The habit of serving not only benefits those that we serve, but it increases our faith and connection with God as we see how He […]Read More
Getting Started Main Idea: God doesn’t care about how much we give to Him; He cares about how much of our heart is in the gift. Introduction: It is often said “God can do a lot with a little.” That’s true, but God doesn’t even need the ‘little.’ He made the world out of literally nothing; He […]Read More
Getting Started Main Idea: Our habits with money reveal our affection and focus. Introduction: Most of us are where we are with money because of our habits. Two habits that can help with the “habit of heaping” are budgeting and practicing contentment. Discussion Starter: Money and finances are not something most American Christians are comfortable discussing. However, […]Read More
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