Discussion Questions for Romans 15:7-13

From a pastoral point of view, this passage might be the point of the whole letter to the Romans. The exhortation to “welcome one another” is the response to the […]

Discussion Questions for Romans 15:1-7

As we moved into Romans 15 this week, we heard “a word to us all” as Paul wraps up this section on welcoming each other in the midst of diverse […]

Discussion Questions for Romans 14:13-15:1, part 2.

Eric followed up his “Word to the Strong” last week with a “Word to the Weak” this Sunday. We find help in this passage to answer the question, “How do […]

Discussion Questions for Romans 14:13-15:1

As we moved further into Paul’s discussion of the “strong” and the “weak,” we took some time this week to focus on the strong. Eric gave a word to the […]

Living in Light of Judgment

Who are you to pass judgment on the servant of another? It is before his own master that he stands or falls. And he will be upheld, for the Lord […]

Discussion Questions for Romans 14:1-12.

On Sunday we looked into an obscure squabble in the church at Rome in order to consider a very important issue for our church. Paul wants us to be aware […]

Discussion Questions for Romans 13:1-7

This Sunday we began to consider the question, “How do believers in every age and culture relate to their governing authorities?” Its helpful to remember our role as citizens also […]

Discussion Questions for Romans 12:14-21

On Sunday we looked at these exhortations within the context of the phrase “the obedience of faith.” Paul uses this phrase as bookends in Romans, in 1:6 and 16:27. In […]

Discussion Questions for Romans 12:9-13

On Sunday we looked at Paul’s expectation that those who have been bought with the precious blood of Christ will begin to “live into” their new identity in Christ. The […]

Discussion Questions for Romans 12:1

On Sunday we crossed a major division in Romans, from the first eleven chapters to the last five. In chapter 12, Paul begins to answer the question, “How do we […]