Mother's Day: Session 12 (Spring 2021)

Session 12 – Small Group Study Guide Download: Word | Download: PDF Word: How this truth should be understood Turn to Genesis 3:8-10, where Adam and Eve hid upon hearing the sound of God walking in the garden looking for them. Consider Adam’s response in v. 10 about being afraid. What do these verses teach us about the origin of fear? Look at Matthew 6:25-27. Why does Jesus tell you NOT to worry about your lives? How do you think Jesus’ illustration about birds and flowers help drive home the point that you......

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Anniversary Sunday: Session 11 (Spring 2021)

Session 11 – Small Group Study Guide Download: Word | Download: PDF Reflection Questions What about the testimonies encouraged you? In this past year, how have you seen God take something seemingly bad and use it for good in your life? How can this encourage you in the midst of a difficulty you’re experiencing now? How has God answered your prayers and what have you learned about Him through that? In this season of life, what are ways you can magnify God in thanksgiving as well as trials? What areas of your life......

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The Gospel of John: Session 10 (Spring 2021)

Session 10 – Small Group Study Guide Download: Word | Download: PDF Word: How this truth should be understood According to verse 14, why can we expect to be hated by the world? Think about some of the other ideas and petitions that Jesus has mentioned so far in his prayer in John 17. How do they relate to the purpose of mission and witnessing to the world? Worship: How this truth affects your heart Verse 14 teaches us that as believers, we can expect the world to hate us because we “are......

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Count the Costs: Session 9 (Spring 2021)

Session 9 – Small Group Study Guide Download: Word | Download: PDF Word: How this truth should be understood Jesus’ words in Mark 8:34-38 do not happen in a vacuum. Verses 27-33 provides the context for his explanation. With that being said, why do you think Peter struggles with Christ saying He will need to die in verses 31-32 and how does Jesus’ words in verses 34-38 correct and inform Peter’s mistaken understanding of Jesus? In verse 34, Jesus gives requirements to follow Him. What are they and what do they mean? In......

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The Darkness Flees: Session 8 (Spring 2021)

Session 8 – Small Group Study Guide Download: Word | Download: PDF Word: How this truth should be understood Read Ephesians 1:15-23 (Paul’s first prayer in the letter to the Ephesians). Why do you think it is so important for them to understand the power of God? How might that change their lives? In verse 19 Paul prays that we may know “the love of Christ that surpasses knowledge.” What does that tell you about the depth of God’s love and what does that imply about the study of it? Worship: How this......

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The Darkness Flees: Session 7 (Spring 2021)

Session 7 – Small Group Study Guide Download: Word | Download PDF Word: How this truth should be understood Pastor Kim says that intimacy with God is borne out of what we know about him. All throughout John 17, Jesus’ prayer shows us what the Father is like. Peruse through John 17 and list some of the verses that demonstrate the Father’s character. What did you learn about our Father? One point that Pastor Kim makes is that we often don’t pray enough because we don’t see our need for grace. Since we......

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The Darkness Flees: Session 6 (Spring 2021)

Session 6 – Small Group Study Guide Download: Word | Download PDF Word: How this truth should be understood One of the main themes of the book of 1 Peter is hope in the midst of suffering as Peter was addressing Christians who were facing increasing persecution for their faith. The future was uncertain and there was no guarantee of safety or security. With this in mind, how does pointing believers to their secured life in Christ and their future heavenly inheritance provide hope (1 Peter 1:3-5)? How does 1 Peter 1:6-9 give......

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The Gospel of John: Session 5 (Spring 2021)

Session 5 – Small Group Study Guide Download: Word | Download: PDF Word: How this truth should be understood In John 17:10, Jesus says “All mine are yours, and yours are mine, and I am glorified in them.” What does Jesus mean that He is glorified “in them” (his disciples/believers)? What’s the connection between God’s glory and the good of believers? Read Revelation 21:1-4. Why do you think the presence of God is so significant to what heaven is? Worship: How this truth affects your heart If you were honest, how do you......

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The Gospel of John: Session 4 (Spring 2021)

Session 4 – Small Group Study Guide Download: Word | Download: PDF   Word: How this truth should be understood What does Jesus mean in verse 6 when he says that he has “manifested [the Father’s] name?” See also John 17:26. Jesus prays in verse 8, “For I have given them the words that you gave me, and they have received them and have come to know in truth that I came from you; and they have believed that you sent me.” We see the progression of receiving the Word, knowing the truth,......

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The Gospel of John: Session 3 (Spring 2021)

Session 3 – Small Group Study Guide Download: Word | Download: PDF Word: How this truth should be understood In verse 3 Jesus prays “that they may know you…” Why is this significant and how does this speak about faith in Christ? See Gen 4:1; Phil 3:10-11. How does Jesus define knowing God? How does Romans 8:32 connect the faithfulness of God and the Gospel? How do you see God’s sovereignty in Christ as you reflect on this passage? List down the references. Worship: How this truth affects your heart What is an......

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