Week 3: God is not waiting to bust you LARGE GROUP John 4:4-10 NIV John 4:11-16 NIV “gotcha” moment John 4:17-18 NIV John 4:19 NIV John 4:25-26 NIV John 4:28-30 NIV John 4:39-41 NIV The role of a shepherd The Good Shepherd John 10:11 NIV Isaiah 53:4-6 NIV 1 Peter 2:24-25 NIV We have to reexam …
Week 1: God is not too busy for you LARGE GROUP Intro John 14:8-9 NIV God’s attention towards us Psalm 147:4-5 NIV Genesis 16:13 NIV The Main Story Mark 5:21-28 NIV Mark 5:29-32 NIV Mark 5:33-34 NIV Mark 5:35 NIV Mark 5:36-42 NIV Conclusion 1 Peter 5:7 NIV SMALL GROUPS 1) When was a time someone was …
Seek Solitude SEEK GOD FIRST Exodus 20:8 NIV The practice of Sabbath is important because it’s a time set aside to be alone with God. Jesus’ solitude is mentioned nearly 40 times in the Gospels. We see him getting away from people overnight, early in the morning, and even for 40 days prior to …
A review of our 8 week study on The Good Life. Here you'll find a video and 8 bulleted reminders of what we learned and how you can apply it daily in your life.
In God’s sovereign goodness, He’ll take persecution and use it to teach us how to rely on Him to provide.
The good life, a life of happiness, is loving God, ourselves, and all of humanity.
The higher our view of God, the more we’ll praise and obey Him because of who He is and what He has accomplished for us, not what we think He can give us.
Mercy is God presenting Himself to us in the midst of our mess.
The King of Heaven gives you His righteousness so you can express it to the world around you.
The more we see God’s holiness, the more humble we become. The more we see our sin,
the more we appreciate God’s grace, and the more we desire to obey Jesus.
Biblical lament means allowing your heart to be broken by the same things that break God’s heart, knowing all the while that God is near the brokenhearted. Lament moves us to action.
Being poor in spirit means you see and accept your spiritual bankruptcy so you can make room for Christ’s treasures.