Christmas

December 1 - 30

If we are not careful we can bring so much familiarity to the Christmas story that we miss out on what God has for us. So this season, let’s approach it with fresh eyes to recapture it’s amazing wonder, adventure and truth…or maybe capture it for the very first time!


 

Fresh Eyes

December 8 & 9 / Doug Miller


 

Mary’s Response

December 1 & 2 / Doug Miller

 

Currently we do not have specific questions from the message this week, which happens occasionally for a variety of reasons. We have equipped you to lead your group with a few questions you’ll find below and encourage you to use them to guide the discussion of this message.

1. What stood out to you this week as you listened to the message?

2. What did you learn about God?

3. What passage of scripture spoke to you?

4. What are you personally feeling called to do in response to this message?

5. What are your prayer requests as they relate to this message?

Main Thought: How you view life, drives how you do life.

If you are going through these questions with a group, summarize the message from this weekend for anyone who might not have been there.

If you are going through these questions as an individual, spend some time going over your notes or writing down any thoughts or questions that stand out from the message this weekend.



Read Luke 2:1-20. What stands out to you about the account from the shepherd?

How would you describe yourself in three words?

What three words do you think God would use to describe you?

What about your personal life or story currently shapes your perspective?

Focusing on the main thought, do you think your general view of life effects how you “do life”?

Read Luke 2:16. What do you normally “hurry” to do? What would it look like to “hurry” to be in the presence of the Lord?

Who or what do you usually turn to when you have a problem?

What about your circumstances can some times make them feel bigger than God?

What is a practical step you could do to stop “looking around” and start “looking up”?

Currently we do not have specific questions from the message this week, which happens occasionally for a variety of reasons. We have equipped you to lead your group with a few questions you’ll find below and encourage you to use them to guide the discussion of this message.

1. What stood out to you this week as you listened to the message?

2. What did you learn about God?

3. What passage of scripture spoke to you?

4. What are you personally feeling called to do in response to this message?

5. What are your prayer requests as they relate to this message?

Our weekend's sermon audio has not yet been uploaded, thank you for your patience!

Our weekend's sermon message has not yet been uploaded, thank you for your patience!

Our weekend's service has not yet been uploaded, thank you for your patience!

Our weekend's sermon audio has not yet been uploaded, thank you for your patience!

Our weekend's sermon message has not yet been uploaded, thank you for your patience!

Our weekend's service has not yet been uploaded, thank you for your patience!

Our weekend's sermon audio has not yet been uploaded, thank you for your patience!

Our weekend's sermon message has not yet been uploaded, thank you for your patience!

Our weekend's service has not yet been uploaded, thank you for your patience!

Our weekend's sermon audio has not yet been uploaded, thank you for your patience!

Our weekend's sermon message has not yet been uploaded, thank you for your patience!

Our weekend's service has not yet been uploaded, thank you for your patience!

Our weekend's sermon audio has not yet been uploaded, thank you for your patience!

Our weekend's sermon message has not yet been uploaded, thank you for your patience!

Our weekend's service has not yet been uploaded, thank you for your patience!

Our weekend's sermon audio has not yet been uploaded, thank you for your patience!

Our weekend's sermon message has not yet been uploaded, thank you for your patience!

Our weekend's service has not yet been uploaded, thank you for your patience!