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July 17, 2016 – At His Feet – Ruth 3:1-18

mGroup Questions July 17, 2017 At His Feet Ruth 3:1-18 1. In your reading of the Book of Ruth, how have you seen pictures of Jesus? 2. What did Naomi say to Ruth that would give her reason to approach Boaz? 3. How do you think Naomi felt when she spoke with Ruth and Ruth […]

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July 10, 2016 – Risk & Rescue – Ruth 2:1-23

mGroup Questions Big Idea: Act II is about Service. Ruth came to Bethlehem and served Naomi. In her service Ruth risked everything for her mother-in-law. And in that risk she was rewarded as God brought her to Boaz. And through Boaz Naomi began to experience rescue from her struggles. 1. What risks have you taken […]

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July 3, 2016 – Sorrow to Salvation – Ruth 1:1-22

mGroup Questions Big Idea: For the next four weeks we will be exploring the book of Ruth. This week we began Act 1: Sorrow. Naomi’s life was surrounded by sorrow, but in the midst of this sorrow, she discovers the embodiment of the LORD”s faithfulness through Ruth. 1. Who is the most loyal person you […]

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June 26, 2016 – Blessed are the Singles – Romans 12:1-5

mGroup Questions Blessed are the Singles Romans 12:1-5 1. The sermon mentioned a variety of reasons why people are single. What challenges are unique to each of these different stories. a. Decidely Singles- b. Not Marrieds- c. Divorced- d. Widowed- e. Single Parents- Read Romans 12:1-5 2. How does a Christian offer their bodies as […]

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June 19, 2016 – The Father’s Love – 1 Corinthians 13:4-7

mGroup Questions The Father’s Love 1 Corinthians 13:4-7 1. Talk about your dad – Who was he? – What was the relationship like? – How have you been shaped by your dad? 2. Why do people believe that God is an angry God instead of a loving God? Read Galatians 4:3-7 3. How is being […]

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June 12, 2016 – The Blessing – Genesis 27:1-38

m|group QuestionsJune 12, 2016“The Blessing”Genesis 27: 1-38 One of the privileges and responsibilities of the Jewish father was to pass on blessings to his children.This is demonstrated in Isaac’s blessing of Jacob in Genesis 27. This was a very important event. Every child has a deep need for their parents’ blessing and for the blessing […]

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June 5, 2016 – Grad Sunday

Big Idea: Frank gave the graduates three ideas to reflect on when it comes to adulating or the act of being an adult. Those three ideas are: Seek Wisdom, Love Others and Pursue Grace in Mistakes.   1) Imagine you were having lunch with one of our seniors, what is the one piece of advice […]

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May 29, 2016 – The Call to Lead (Part 3) – Nehemiah 4:1-23

May 29, 2016mGroup QuestionsNehemiah 4:1-23 Big Idea: As we concluded our thoughts on God’s leaders we noted in this week’ssermon how God’s leaders handle leading through trials and tribulations. We observed two main ideas:      1) God’s leaders lead through trials by refocusing the people in light of who God is. 2) God’s leader’s do […]

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May 22, 2016 – The Call to Lead (Part 2) – Nehemiah 3:1-32; Ephesians 4:11-16

May 22, 2016mGroup QuestionsThe Call to LeadInfluencing God’s People to Accomplish God’s PurposesNehemiah 3:1-32Ephesians 4:11-16     1. Leaders influence God’s people to accomplish God’s purposes. For what purposes did Nehemiah influence the people of God?   2. How did Nehemiah demonstrate principles of effective leadership?   3. What future vision did Nehemiah have for Jerusalem?   […]

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May 15, 2016 – The Call to Lead: Influencing God’s People to Accomplish God’s Purposes – Nehemiah 2:17-18

May 15, 2016mGroup QuestionsThe Call to LeadInfluencing God’s People to Accomplish God’s PurposesNehemiah 2:17-18    1. How would you define a leader? (What is a leader?) 2. What are leaders called to do?   3. Comment on the following statement: “Leaders influence God’s people to accomplish God’s purposes.”   4. How would you describe the functions […]

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