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 […]

Discussion Questions for Sunday, November 8

On Sunday, Eric showed us how the historical grew out of the biblical. More specifically, he took us on a reflective tour of Romans, showing us how the five points […]

Discussion Questions for Romans 16:25-27

On Sunday we looked at the concluding doxology of Paul’s letter to the Romans. This gave us the opportunity to consider four reflections on the gospel. First, God strengthens us […]

Discussion Questions for Romans 16:17-20

As Paul is writing to his coworkers at Rome, he warns them about people who pretend to be coworkers but aren’t. In fact, they are the opposite. These people are […]

Discussion Questions for Romans 16:1-16

It is evident in Paul’s letters that he was a relationally connected person. His list of greetings in this passage help us see that the longer we are Christians, the […]

Discussion Questions for Romans 15:24-33

On Sunday we considered the desires, delays, and disappointments Paul experienced in his mission. We know now that Paul’s plans didn’t work out the way he had pictured. He did […]

Discussion Questions Romans 15:14-24

On Sunday we looked at Paul’s travel plans as he wrote to the Roman church. His goal was to present his readers as an acceptable and sanctified offering to God. […]

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 […]