Discussion Questions for Romans 9:6-16

Romans 9 is a text that challenges our understanding of God. There is no getting around the wrestling match that many people have experienced in this chapter of scripture. On […]

Discussion Questions for Romans 9:1-6

On Sunday we moved into the second half of Paul’s Letter to the Romans. In the first six verses, Paul lays out the heart of what he wants to address […]

Discussion Questions for Romans 8:31-39

On Sunday we returned to our study in the book of Romans. Paul opens by asking, “What then shall we say to these things?” He answers this question by offering […]

Discussion Questions for Week of May 3rd

On Sunday we considered the kind of pride which tempts us to think that we are mainly in control of our lives. James says that planning from this mindset is […]

Discussion Questions for the Week of April 26

On Sunday we looked at the truth of Romans 8, as displayed in the life of Naomi in the Book of Ruth. We saw that when God disrupts, he has […]

Discussion Questions for the Week of April 19th

On Sunday we looked at the truth of 1 Thessalonians 5:6-11 in the life of Job. Through Job, we saw that it’s easy to confuse our circumstances with our destiny. […]

Discussion Questions for Easter Sunday

The argument that there is no resurrection has taken many forms, both before Christ and since his death. But Paul argues in 1 Corinthians 15 that the historical fact of […]

Discussion Questions for Palm Sunday

On Sunday we looked at Jesus’ ride on a donkey as he entered the city on the first day of the last week of his earthly life. In this we […]

Church in the House

Many of us have been spending more time than usual within the walls of our houses. We’ve been spending more time with the people we actually live with. I don’t […]

Discussion Questions for March 29th

On Sunday, Eric walked us through Psalm 46. He asked us to consider God’s sovereignty in a world that seems totally disrupted. Do we respond to this disruption with fearful […]