Posts from February 2016

Sermon Discussion Questions

As always, thanks to Nathan Branahl & Sam Kelley for these! 1) Brad began this sermon on government with a discussion of the soul. Why is this important? 2) What does Peter understand to be the purpose of government? How is this purpose important for interpreting this passage? 3) Brad talked about the ways in…

Sermon Discussion Questions

Thank you again to Nathan Branahl & Sam Kelley for these questions! 1. Give your own “Love is” statement. Give a worldly “Love is” statement. 2. How does American individualism hurt our ability to love? 3. What are warning signs that a relationship is based on transactional love? 4. What are the sources of love?…

The most beautiful prayer…

… I’ve read in a long time, from the Book of Common Prayer. The gospel and the entire Christian life, condensed into a few short lines. May it be so with us. Almighty Father, whose Son was revealed in majesty before he suffered death upon the cross: give us grace to perceive his glory, that…

Sermon Discussion Questions

Thank you again to Nathan Branahl for these questions! How would you define holiness? How is your definition different or similar to the one Brad gave? Why is there a negative connotation about holiness and how does the world misunderstand holiness? How does our culture stunt Christian growth? How do you combat this and exercise/prepare…

New Ladies’ Book Study

We are meant to love. But how are we supposed to love well? And what if we don’t know what that looks like? Join us on Sat mornings (twice monthly at Maui Wowi in Meridian) as we read William P. Smith’s book, Loving Well: Even When You Haven’t Been. For more info, email Jane Krumm.

Sermon Discussion Questions

Thanks again to Nathan Branahl for these questions! The sermon text is a passage about Scripture. Can you think of other passages that focus on Scripture? Is there ever tension in your mind between the Bible being a divine book and it being a human book? Why or why not? How is the Bible unique…