July 15
Exodus: The Passover

 

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J2e3 conversations...here are some questions to help you have a conversation with family and others related to Sunday morning’s "Exodus: The Passover" message from Exodus 12:1-3, 5-8,11, CSB.

 

1.  Share an experience in your life that was really frightening to you.  What did you learn as you went through that experience? How does that experience help you understand more deeply the Passover account?

2.  In Hebrew tradition, the Passover meal is intended to be a meal of remembrance. From that experience, what do you think God wanted His people to remember?

3.  The Passover lamb reveals truth about God, people, and our relationship with God. How would you explain to a friend:

  • The lamb reveals a worthiness to weakness;
  • The lamb reveals a universality to immortality;
  • The lamb reveals an invitation to salvation.

4.  Please keep our Mega Mission Team in your personal prayers. They are in Moore, Oklahoma, where they will “love, serve, and shine” as they share Jesus’ love with others.

5.  Commit to memory: “Christ, our Passover Lamb, has been sacrificed.” I Corinthians 5:7b. 

 

Remember, a better life begins with a CONVERSATION!

 

 

July 8
Exodus: The Plagues


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J2e3 conversations...here are some questions to help you have a conversation with family and others related to Sunday morning’s "Exodus: The Plagues" message from Exodus 7:14-17, 20, CSB.

 

1.  The Exodus account of the plagues is an account of pain. Growing up, did you ever play the game of “uncle”?  What do you remember most about that game?  What lessons did you learn by playing that game?

2.  Why is this true?  Things that cause us to be reluctant to do the right thing and comfortable doing the wrong thing:

  • Fear;
  • Skepticism;
  • Ease.

3.  In terms of knowing God, how is this account both an appeal and a threat to Pharoah?

4.  How would you explain to a friend what God does do for us in times of pain?

  • God strengthens us.
  • God refines us.
  • God connects us.

5.  Commit to memory: “He (God) comforts us in all our troubles so that we can comfort others.”  II Corinthians 1:4.

 

Remember, a better life begins with a CONVERSATION!

 

 

July 1
Exodus: The Oppression


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J2e3 conversations...here are some questions to help you have a conversation with family and others related to Sunday morning’s "Exodus: The Oppression" message from Exodus 5:1-2, 6-8, CSB.

 

1.  Have you ever been in a very demanding situation or challenging circumstance that made life difficult? How did you react in that situation? If you were going through it again, would you react differently? How? Why?

2.  Why do you think Pharaoh responded with such harshness to Moses’ request? Please explain…  

3.  Pharaoh refused to allow God’s people to go in order to worship and serve God. In order to move on in life, are there times when you have struggled to let go of someone or something? Why was this situation difficult for you? How did you manage the situation?  What did you learn about letting go?]

4.  How to “let go”: which of these points is most important to you? Why?

  • Be humble.
  • Delegate…let people help you.
  • Face your fears.
  • Gage God’s grip.

5.  Commit to memory: “Do not fear, for I am with you; do not be afraid, for I am your God. I will strengthen you; I will help you; I will hold on to you with My righteous right hand.” Isaiah 41:10.

 

Remember, a better life begins with a CONVERSATION!

 

 

June 24
Exodus: The Bush
 

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J2e3 conversations...here are some questions to help you have a conversation with family and others related to Sunday morning’s "Exodus: The Bush" message from Exodus 3:1-6, CSB.

 

1.  In Moses’ life the burning bush is a defining moment…an experience of great impact, never to be forgotten. Describe a “burning bush” experience in your own life. What impact did it make on you?

2.  When God encounters Moses, Moses’ life is on a downward spiral. How is this encounter a picture of God’s grace?

3.  When God invites Moses to take off his shoes, He is offering (grace) three things. Which is most important to you? Why?

  • A release from the past;
  • A new perspective on the present;
  • A promise for the future.

4.  Describe the event of Jesus washing His disciples’ feet (John 13:1-17).  How do you imagine this becomes a defining moment for the disciples? For you how is it a defining truth? What shoes would you remove?

5.  Commit to memory: “Now that I, your Lord and Teacher, have washed your feet, you should also wash one another’s feet.” John 13:14, NIV.

 

Remember, a better life begins with a CONVERSATION!

 

 

June 17
Exodus: The Birth

 

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J2e3 conversations...here are some questions to help you have a conversation with family and others related to Sunday morning’s "Exodus: The Birth" message from Exodus 2:1-6, 10, CSB.

 

1.  What is your best Fathers’ Day memory? Why is that special to you?

2.  When Moses is born, his mother hides him. To you, what does that imply and indicate?

3.  How would you explain this to a friend?  When we feel threatened, even if we don’t respond violently, we can respond poorly.

4.  Which of these three points is most important to you? When you are stuck…

  • “Be still” but don’t stand still.
  • Take a chance…assess risk and reward.
  • Trust that God can make a way.

5.  Commit to memory: “Be still and know that I am God.” Psalm 46:10, NIV.

 

Remember, a better life begins with a CONVERSATION!

 

 

June 10
Learning the Hard Way: Trust and Obey

 

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J2e3 conversations...here are some questions to help you have a conversation with family and others related to Sunday morning’s "Ecclesiastes: Learning the Hard Way – Trust and Obey" message from Ecclesiastes 12:9-14, CSB.

 

1.  What is the most important lesson that you have learned in the “school of hard knocks”?

2.  Solomon speaks of himself as a teacher.  What is the primary work of a good teacher?  How does a good teacher approach the task?  How is Solomon being a good teacher?

3.  How is the idea of trust and obey like a cattle prod?  

4.  How would you explain to a friend the three levels of fear referenced in the message?

  • Fear – wrath, retribution;
  • Awe – centers, reminds;
  • Obedience – effect, learning, delight.

5.  Commit to memory: “Grace will reign through righteousness, resulting in eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord.” Romans 5:21, CSB.

 

Remember, a better life begins with a CONVERSATION!

 

 

June 3
Learning the Hard Way: Riches and Poverty


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J2e3 conversations...here are some questions to help you have a conversation with family and others related to Sunday morning’s "Ecclesiastes: Learning the Hard Way – Riches and Poverty" message from Ecclesiastes 5:10-15, CSB.

 

1.  Never enough…what’s your favorite “bet you can’t eat just one” story?
 

2.  When money enters our hearts we look for it to fill certain needs:  prominence, rest, security.  Does wealth guarantee these things?  In your opinion, how is money a blessing from God?
 

3.  “Anyone trusting in his riches will fall.” (Ecclesiastes 11:28, CSB).  How would you explain this to a friend?
 

4.  Thoughts on a successful stewardship strategy…which is most to you? Why?

  • Use money to pay bills;
  • Use money to bless others;
  • Use money to increase faith.
     

5.  Commit to memory: “From everyone who has been given much, much will be required; and from the one who has been entrusted with much even more will be expected.” Luke 12:48,CSB.

 

Remember, a better life begins with a CONVERSATION!

 

 

May 27
Learning the Hard Way: Toil and Rest


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J2e3 conversations...here are some questions to help you have a conversation with family and others related to Sunday morning’s "Ecclesiastes: Learning the Hard Way – Toil and Rest" message from Ecclesiastes 2:18-25, CSB.

 

1.  On this Memorial Day weekend, share why – for you – Memorial Day is an important national holiday…

2.  How do you find balance between toil and rest? What is your greatest struggle finding that balance?

3.  Solomon thinks of himself as “irreplaceable”. How does that affect his view of his work?

4.  How would you explain to a friend the “value of work”?

  • Work transforms you;
  • Work helps others;
  • Work lasts.

5.  Commit to memory: “There is no greater love than to lay down one’s life for one’s friends.” John 15:13, NLT.

 

Remember, a better life begins with a CONVERSATION!

 

 

May 20
Learning the Hard Way: Wisdom and Folly

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J2e3 conversations...here are some questions to help you have a conversation with family and others related to Sunday morning’s "Ecclesiastes: Learning the Hard Way – Wisdom and Folly" message from Ecclesiastes 2:12-17, CSB.

1.  What is an important lesson that you have learned from “the school of hard knocks”?

2.  How would you explain to a friend the difference between wisdom and folly?

3.  To embrace God’s wisdom you begin with “the fear of the Lord” – Proverbs 1:7;

     9:10-12. How does knowing God, giving reverence to Him, and beginning to

     understand Him help you gain wisdom?

4.  How can you understand that Jesus is wisdom?  See Isaiah 11:2.

5.  Commit to memory: “Therefore, everyone who hears these words of mine and acts

     on them will be like a wise man who built his house on the rock.” Matthew 7:24,CSB.

Remember, a better life begins with a CONVERSATION!

 

May 13
Learning the Hard Way: Pleasure and Pain


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J2e3 conversations...here are some questions to help you have a conversation with family and others related to Sunday morning’s "Ecclesiastes: Learning the Hard Way – Pain and Pleasure" message from Ecclesiastes 2:1-3,10-11, CSB.

 

1.  Describe a time in your life when you pursued something that you were sure would bring you joy, but it disappointed.

2.  In your opinion, why is it that so often when we pursue pleasure we actually encounter pain?

3.  Which of these lessons on pleasure is most important to you?  Why?

  • Pleasure is not profligate (wasteful or extravagant)…when not misused, abused.
  • Pleasure is not permanent…to live for will be disappointing .
  • Pleasure is profound…amusement is not pleasure.

4.  The Bible speaks to pleasures that are profound. How would you explain these profound pleasures to a friend?

  • Your spouse – Proverbs 5:18.
  • Your children – Psalm 127:3.
  • Your God – Psalm 37:4.

5.  Commit to memory: “For the Lord your God is living among you…with His love, He will calm your fears.  He will rejoice over you with joyful songs.” Zephaniah 3:17,CSB.

 

Remember, a better life begins with a CONVERSATION!

 

 

May 6
Learning the Hard Way: Rinse and Repeat

 

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J2e3 conversations...here are some questions to help you have a conversation with family and others related to Sunday morning’s "Ecclesiastes: Learning the Hard Way – Rinse and Repeat" message from Ecclesiastes 1:2-9, CSB.

 

1.  When you hear someone talk about “the school of hard knocks,” what do you understand the person to mean? Can you give an illustration from your life?

2.  When Solomon asks God to give him the gift of wisdom, Solomon is enrolling in “the school of hard knocks.”  Agree or disagree.  Why?

3.  What does this mean to you?  “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” (George Santanaya).

4.  “Rinse and repeat.”  How would you explain to a friend the positive benefits of repetition:

  • Repetition can be a source of joy…favorite games, meals, places to visit.
  • There is wisdom in repetition…sports, typing, speaking.
  • Repetition has limitations…God designs us and redeems us as His “masterpiece” (Ephesians 2:10, NLT).

5.  Commit to memory: “Rejoice always, pray continually, give thanks in all circumstances; for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus.”  Matthew 25:40, CSB.

 

Remember, a better life begins with a CONVERSATION!

 

 

April 29
Foolish Things Christians Believe: My Life is Not Futile

 

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J2e3 conversations...here are some questions to help you have a conversation with family and others related to Sunday morning’s "Foolish Things Christians Believe: My Life is Not Futile" message from Matthew 25:31, 34-40, CSB.

 

1.  People want to find meaning in their lives.  Give some examples of people or ideas that speak to the meaning of life. An example might be “eat, drink, and be merry.”

2.  Share an experience from your life when someone reached out in the love of Jesus to serve you or your family.  What did you learn from that experience?

3.  How do you understand that the “stated purpose” of Jesus’ life is service to others?  Give examples…

4.  Four things to notice about the distinction between salvation and service:

  • Our service does NOT earn salvation.
  • When we serve we always serve Jesus.
  • Our service becomes second nature to a Jesus follower.
  • Our service lasts.

     How would you explain these truths to a friend?

5.  Commit to memory: “Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of Mine, you did for Me.”  Matthew 25:40, CSB.

 

Remember, a better life begins with a CONVERSATION!

 

 

April 22
Foolish Things Christians Believe: My Behavior is Not Fixed


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J2e3 conversations...here are some questions to help you have a conversation with family and others related to Sunday morning’s "Foolish Things Christians Believe: My Behavior is Not Fixed" message from I Timothy 1:12-16, CSB.

 

1.  When patterns of behavior lead to brokenness, how to do help yourself or another understand that the behavior is not fixed, but can be changed for the better?
 

2.  Share an experience from your life about God bringing change to you…
 

3.  How is the mercy of God a key to reversing misery and guilt?
 

4. Showing and growing in the “fruit of the Spirit” (Galatians 5:22-23a) requires two things:

  • Being connected to Christ and His Word;
  • Staying connected to others and their encouragement.

     How would you explain that truth to a friend?
 

5.  Commit to memory: “Remain in Me, and I in you. Just as a branch is unable to produce fruit by itself unless it remains in the vine, neither can you unless you remain in Me.” John 14:14, CSB.

 

Remember, a better life begins with a CONVERSATION!

 

 

 

April 15
Foolish Things Christians Believe: My Pain is Not Fruitless

 

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J2e3 conversations...here are some questions to help you have a conversation with family and others related to Easter Sunday morning’s "Foolish Things Christians Believe: My Pain is Not Fruitless" message from Jeremiah 38:1, 3-6; CSB.

 

1.  Has someone ever said to you, “No pain, no gain”?  What was the circumstance?  How did you feel about that statement?  In that circumstance, what did that phrase mean to you?

2.  “Pain may not feel good, but God can use it for good”…How would you explain this to a friend?

3.  Jeremiah is stuck in a pit for a bit.  How is this good news for times when you are “stuck in a pit”?

4.  Jeremiah learned in the pit:

  • Strength.
  • Compassion.
  • Trust.

    When you have gone through painful experiences, have you learned things in these areas?  Are there other areas where you have gained insight and grown? How helpful have others been to you in the midst of your painful experience?  

5.  Commit to memory: “Weeping may spend the night, but there is joy in the morning.”  Psalm 30:5b, CSB.

 

Remember, a better life begins with a CONVERSATION!

 

 

April 8
Foolish Things Christians Believe: "My Past is Not Fatal"

 

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J2e3 conversations...here are some questions to help you have a conversation with family and others related to Easter Sunday morning’s "Foolish Things Christians Believe: My Past is Not Fatal" message from John 21:15-17; CSB.

 

1.  Think about marking pens.  What is the significance of the difference between  “permanent” and “washable”?  Have you ever gotten the two confused?  What was the result?

2.  Using Peter as an example, how would you explain to a friend that the past is not fatal?

3.  Why is this important?  It doesn’t matter what I feel about sin, what matters is what Jesus says about sin.

4.  In Peter’s experience, Jesus revisits Peter’s sin and reverses the curse of that sin.  At that point Peter hears Jesus say, “Follow Me.”  How is that invitation an expression of Jesus’ love for Peter?

5.  Commit to memory: “‘Do you love Me?’  He (Peter) said , ‘Lord, You know everything; You know that I love You.”  John 21:17, CSB.

 

Remember, a better life begins with a CONVERSATION!

 

 

March 18
Love Is... Truthful

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J2e3 conversations...here are some questions to help you have a conversation with family and others related to Sunday morning’s "Love Is Truthful" message from Joshua 7:10-11, 16-21, CSB.

 

1.  Sometimes telling the truth can be a tough thing…an embarrassing thing.  Have you ever been in a situation where you told the truth, but it was hard?  How did you feel after you told the truth?  What did you learn from that experience? 

 

2.  When you hear the story of Joshua and Achan, what do you conclude about the character of God, the power of truth, and the destructiveness of deceit?

 

3.  The truth about lies…how do these points help you understand the destructiveness of deceit?

  • Lies always hurt others.
  • Lies never stay a secret.
     

4.  How would you explain to a friend the truth of God’s love that forgives our sins of deceit?

 

5.  Commit to memory: “Love finds no joy in unrighteousness, but rejoices in the truth.” 1 Corinthians 13:6, CSB.

 

Remember, a better life begins with a CONVERSATION!

 

 

 

March 11
Love Is... Not Irritable

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J2e3 conversations...here are some questions to help you have a conversation with family and others related to Sunday morning’s "Love Is Not Irritable" message from Luke 18:1-7, CSB.

 

1.  March 11 – Daylight Savings Time!  Are you feeling a little irritable?  What are some things that irritate you most?  I Corinthians 13 gives this perspective on irritation:  Love must be in control of emotions.  How is that perspective helpful to you?

2.  How would you explain these definitions to a friend?

  • Self-absorption:  someone’s need irritates you because it demands something from you.
  • Servant-hearted:  someone’s need inspires you because it asks something of you.

3.  When Jesus tells the story of the widow who repeatedly approached the judge asking for his help, He shares three insights into irritation.  Which is most important to you?  Why?

  • We get irritated with each other.
  • We get irritated with God.
  • God is not irritated with us.

4.  Concerning prayer, what does this mean for you?  “If God doesn’t answer how you want, He will always answer with what’s best.”

5.  Commit to memory: “He (God) was compassionate; He atoned for their iniquity and did not destroy them.”  Psalm 78:38, CSB.

 

Remember, a better life begins with a CONVERSATION!

 

 

 

March 4
Love Is... Not Rude

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J2e3 conversations...here are some questions to help you have a conversation with family and others related to Sunday morning’s "Love Is Not Rude" message from Matthew 5:21-26, CSB.

 

1.  When you were a child and someone said, “That’s rude,” what behavior was that person describing?  Why was it rude? 

2.  What does this mean to you?  Rudeness not only has psychological effects, but spiritual dangers.

3.  For you, what is the best course of action when you feel offended and are tempted to be rude?  Why?

  • Keep silent;
  • Have a conversation;
  • Make amends.

4.  To deal with rudeness and anger, how would you explain these steps to a friend?

  • Honesty;
  • Humility;
  • Forgiveness.

5.  Commit to memory: “Father, forgive them.  They don’t know what they are doing.” Luke 23:34, CSB.

 

Remember, a better life begins with a CONVERSATION!

 

 

February 25
Love Is... Not Envious

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J2e3 conversations...here are some questions to help you have a conversation with family and others related to Sunday morning’s "Love is…Not Envy" message from Mark 15:6-15, CSB.

 

1.  What does envy look like when you are a child…when you are an adult? Do you think this behavior is ever admirable? Why?

2.  How does envy damage others and make you miserable?

3.  How would you explain to a friend what love does…

  • Love serves others;
  • Love overcomes misery.

4.  How does the phrase “Love, Serve, Shine” describe Jesus and the ministry of Jesus’ followers?

5.  Commit to memory: “The Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve and to give His life as a ransom for many.” Mark 10:45, CSB.

 

Remember, a better life begins with a CONVERSATION!

 

 

February 18
Love Is... Patient

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J2e3 conversations...here are some questions to help you have a conversation with family and others related to Sunday morning’s "Love is…Patient" message from I Samuel 13:5, 8-13, CSB.

 

1.  When you think of someone who is patient, who might that be and what does that look like?  What is that person doing that leads to the conclusion she or he is patient?

2.  How would you explain this verse to a friend?  “Patience is better than power.” Proverbs 16:32a, CSB.

3.  Patience matters…which of these is most important to you today?  Why?

  • Patience improves quality.
  • Patience enhances trust.
  • Patience demonstrates love.

4.  How is Jesus an example of patience to you?

5.  Commit to memory:  “And He died for all so that those who live should no longer live for themselves, but for the One who died for them and was raised.”  II Corinthians 5:15, CSB.

 

Remember, a better life begins with a CONVERSATION!

 

 

February 11
Conversation Starters: Be Brave

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J2e3 conversations...here are some questions to help you have a conversation with family and others related to Sunday morning’s "Conversation Starters: Be Brave!" message from Mark 14:55-64.

 

1.  When you think of someone who is brave, who might that be and what does that look like?  What is that person doing that leads to the conclusion she or he is brave?

2.  How do you understand the relationship between bravery and truth?

3.  In terms of Jesus’ conversation with Caiaphas, what can you learn about Jesus’ bravery that is helpful to you?

  • Jesus’ discretion:  He perfectly walked the line between bravery and foolishness.
  • Jesus told the truth concerning Himself without fear of the consequences.

4.  How would you explain to someone that “confidence is greater than courage”?

5.  Commit to memory:  “I am the way, the truth, and the life.  No one comes to the Father except through Me.”  John 14:6, CSB.

 

Remember, a better life begins with a CONVERSATION!

 

 

 

February 4
Conversation Starters: Ask a Question

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J2e3 conversations...here are some questions to help you have a conversation with family and others related to Sunday morning’s "Conversation Starters: Ask a Question" message from John 5:1-9a.

 

1.  When you think about how most of your conversations start, what are you saying to someone that signals you want to talk? Do you have a “most memorable” conversation starter that someone shared with you?

2.  Jesus wants to help the paralyzed man. His conversation begins with a question. As you start a conversation, how are these three things helpful for you?

  • Jesus focuses on one man;
  • Jesus discerns his real need;
  • Jesus is not afraid to ask a hard question.

3.  Like Jesus we can ask questions that start a conversation, but the outcome of the conversations Jesus starts is change.  Comment on these three suggestions. Which is most important to you? Why?

  • Don’t be arrogant;
  • Don’t do it publicly;
  • Don’t do it quickly.

4.  Concerning questions, what important insight emerges from Jesus’ question, “My God, My God, why have You abandoned Me?” (Matthew 27:46, CSB).

5.  Commit to memory: “Do you want to get well?” John 5:6b, CSB.

 

Remember, a better life begins with a CONVERSATION!

 

 

January 21
Year in Review: Fidelity

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J2e3 conversations...here are some questions to help you have a conversation with family and others related to Sunday morning’s "The Year in Review: Fidelity" message from Matthew 19:3-6.

 

1.  When you think of fidelity what comes to mind first…a marriage; a family member; a friend; a pet?  Share your example of fidelity.  What important life lesson did it teach you?

2.  How is Jesus Christ a picture of God’s fidelity toward you and me? 

3.  In terms of marriage and divorce, is there a new insight you heard in the message? What is the insight?  How is it helpful?

4.  Concerning “Fidelity”…which of these is most important to you?  Why?

  • We were made for fidelity.
  • Fidelity helps us manage our relationships.
  • Fidelity is a gift from God.

5.  Commit to memory:  “The Lord’s faithfulness endures forever.”  Psalm 117:2, CSB.

 

Remember, a better life begins with a CONVERSATION!

 

 

January 14
Year in Review: Creation

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J2e3 conversations...here are some questions to help you have a conversation with family and others related to Sunday morning’s "The Year in Review: Creation" message from Matthew 14:22-29.

 

1.  When you think about natural events of 2017, what comes to mind first?  How impressive (or destructive) was this?  How does the power and awesomeness of nature speak to the character of God?

 

2.  Read Romans 8:20-22.  What does it mean to you that “nature is both good and cursed” at the same time?

 

3.  During the storm, the disciples struggled mightily to keep their boat afloat.  Jesus easily walked toward them on the water.  He invites Peter to join Him on the water.  What does this tell you about storms, about disciples (people), about Jesus?

 

4.   Concerning “Creation”…which of these is most important to you?  Why?

  • We must respect creation.
  • We need to use wisely.
  • Jesus breaks the curse on creation.
     

5.  Commit to memory:  “Jesus said, ‘Have courage!  It is I.  Don’t be afraid.’”  Matthew 14:27, CSB.

 

Remember, a better life begins with a CONVERSATION!

 

 

January 7
Year in Review: Community

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J2e3 conversations...here are some questions to help you have a conversation with family and others related to Sunday morning’s "The Year in Review: Community" message from 1 Corinthians 12:12-17, 26-27.

 

1.  What do you remember most about the unspeakable tragedies of the Las Vegas and Sunderland Springs shootings?  What do you remember most about the strength shown by the churches of those communities?

2.  How would you explain to a friend Paul’s image of the church as the body of Christ?

3.  Talk about your “faith” resolutions for the New Year – which “hoops” will you grasp in 2018?  Why?

  • Be in the Word daily;
  • Loyalty Sunday;
  • Serve in an area;
  • Go on a mission trip;
  • Go on a STARS Retreat.

4.   Concerning “Community 101”…which of these is most important to you?  Why?

  • We all need community;
  • Community is strong;
  • Community is fragile;
  • Community is lasting.

5.  Commit to memory: “…and on this rock I will build My church, and the gates of Hades will not overpower it.” Matthew 16:18, CSB.

 

Remember, a better life begins with a CONVERSATION!