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Discussion Questions for Daniel 2:36-49

Last week we looked at the origin, point, and goal of scripture. This week we see the interpretation of the dream. In the interpretation we see the material downgrade of […]

Discussion Questions for Daniel 2:26-45

The God of the Bible is the one true God over history and kings and all wisdom and knowledge and power belongs to him. This God is pictured as the […]

Discussion Questions for Daniel 2:1-25

In the second chapter of Daniel, we read about a king who had a troubling dream. He demanded to know its meaning but refused to tell the dream to his […]

Discussion Questions for Daniel 1:17-21

The theme of exile runs through the narrative of scripture. Peter picks up on this theme when he identifies Christian believers as “elect exiles” in 1 Peter 1:1. Being an […]

Discussion Questions for Daniel 1:1-21

Daniel lived most of his life in Babylon. When we try to think about what we have in common with an Old Testament believer like Daniel, the New Testament writers […]

Discussion Questions for “Daniel: Thriving in Babylon”

On Sunday we began our new sermon series through the book of Daniel. This Old Testament narrative gives us a glimpse of life in Babylon during its glory days, around […]

Discussion Questions for January 3, 2021

On Sunday, Eric offered four words for us to consider from Philippians 1:1-10. As we consider the year we’ve come from and the year we are beginning, these words serve […]

Discussion Questions for December 6, 2020

As Eric noted on Sunday, “one does not simply come to the end of the book of Romans.” However, Sunday’s message represents the end of our fifteen-month sermon series through […]

Discussion Questions for Sunday, November 29th

We are thankful for the Holy Spirit. As a church, we have a deep desire to welcome the power and presence of the Holy Spirit. The book of Romans should […]

Discussion Questions for Sunday, November 15th

On Sunday we reflected on the Epistle to the Romans through the lens of missions. Through this lens, we saw Romans as evidence of Christian mission, as testimony of God’s […]