Discussion Questions: March 8, 2015

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Did you leave after hearing Sunday’s message and think, “Well, now what?” Each Sunday, we will provide a discussion guide for our church body designed to create a conversation about what we’re learning. We encourage you to prayerfully gather with your family, friends and community group and dive into how to apply Sunday’s teaching from God’s Word to your life.

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The gospel is the good news of life in Christ. Jesus has called us to take this message to a world desperately in need of life found in his name. Prayerfully consider how you might take the gospel to your friends, neighbors and co-workers, then to your city, then to your world (Acts 1:8).

Discussion Questions

  1. Jim Elliot, a missionary in South America, said, “make me a fork, that men must turn one way or another on facing Christ in me.” How can you interact with the people God has placed in your life in such a way that they must come to a decision regarding Jesus?
  2. C. S. Lewis called Christianity a “good infection,” an infection with the symptoms of the fruit of the Spirit (Gal 5:22-23). Does this fruit (love, joy, peace, etc.) manifest itself in your life? Share with the group how you might intentionally engage your neighbors and co-workers with the love of God.
  3. Read Romans 10:14-15. DFW is one of the fastest growing cities in the US. Many of those moving into this area come from places with little to no exposure to the gospel. As a community group, consider ways you can participate in spreading the message of the gospel in the DFW area. Some helpful links are:
  4. JP gave three application points: 1) be aware of the situation, 2) consider how you might personally connect and give or serve, and 3) go. As a group spend 10-15 minutes in prayer. Ask God to show you how you should respond then discuss what next steps you think God would have you take.