This week we look at John 15:1-17. Note: The First few minutes of the message didn’t make the recording. They mostly just introduced the main point above. Our apologies for the issue. Thanks for your grace. Questions for discussion or personal reflection 1. What are your favorite things to do that are uniquely Minnesotan? Or
Have you been loving Jesus the way he receives love? This week, we looked at what it means to love through obedience, in John 14:15-31. Questions for Discussion or Personal Reflection 1. Which of the love languages best describes how you receive love? (words of affirmation, acts of service, gifts, quality time, physical touch) 2.
This Sunday we were joined by Dr. Harold Netland. Harold serves as Professor of Philosophy of Religion and Intercultural Studies at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. Harold preached from John 14:1 – 11 and helps us think through the exclusive claims of Jesus in the midst of our diverse world. He is a leading thinker in
Questions for Reflection/Discussion: As always feel free to tweak, skip, or add questions to focus on areas you think most relevant to your group. 1. What is your favorite place to share a meal with friends? 2. Do you think it’s getting harder or easier to have deep relationships with advance of technology? Why? 3.
This week Dave Sagisser walked us through John 13:1-17, as Jesus demonstrated servant leadership. Questions for discussion or personal reflection: 1. If you were a disciple in that room that evening, knowing only what they knew at that time, what might be your reaction to Jesus washing feet (yours and others)? 2. Have you ever
Jesus transformed the power of the cross so that it multiplied life. John 12:20-50 Questions for discussion or personal reflection: 1. What are some of the prominent symbols of death that we use today? 2. What’s an event in your life that you knew was coming, but still through you for a loop when it
Jesus is the prince of peace. Peace is not about living a life that is comfortable, but about living the life God designed us to live. Questions for Discussion or Personal Reflection: 1. How did your parents decide on your name? What nicknames have you had throughout your life? 2. What are some different ways