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 […]

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 […]

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 […]