Guest Speakers

August 3 - 11


 

Carrying People To Jesus

August 10 & 11 / Keith Norman

 

 

Faith & Hallucinations

August 3 & 4 / Greg Ford

 

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.



What comes to mind when you think about faith? What questions do you have about it?

Who do you want to be when you get to the end of your life?

Do you think God is more concerned about where you end up or who you become? Do you live your life that way?

Read Romans 8:28 and Romans 12:1-4 (and the context around them). Do you find that you sometimes focus on just part of a verse without seeking to understand all of it in context?

Do you feel like your bets on faith have been over-promised and under-delivered? Were those promises rooted in your own selfish purposes or God’s?

What do you think God’s upside down kingdom wants to flip in your life? What obstacles might be stopping you from listening to His purposes in your life whether they be daily life purposes or big scope purposes?

Was there a moment you just stopped trusting that God was taking you somewhere good? Why is that hard to believe?

Pray on your own or as a group that you would be attentive to His spirit telling you to get in the carbus. Thank Him in advance for being faithful to you even when we are faithless (2 Timothy 2:11-13). Ask for help believing in the places where it’s hard to that He is bringing you somewhere better than you could imagine.

Who is someone in your life who will tell you the truth about yourself?

Read Mark 2:1-12

Pastor Keith asked the question, “Do you only carry your problems into Jesus’ presence, but never people?” What are your thoughts about this? Is the concept of carrying people new for you?

Who are you carrying?

How are you carrying them?

Pastor Keith said, “If we are going to be disciple makers we need to carry people with love and compassion.” What are some examples of this you have seen?

What is the difference between carrying people to Jesus and carrying them to a church service?

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?

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