Sermon Discussion Questions

Thank you for this week’s questions, Nathan! 1. If God isn’t against planning, what is James saying he is against? 2. How do we serve as prediction makers for our friends and family? 3. What is it that you wanted 5 years ago? 10 years ago? Did you get what you wanted? 4. What did…

Sermon Discussion Questions

Thanks, Matt, for this week’s questions! What are some of our culture’s versions of wisdom? (Who does our culture consider to be wise?) What does the Bible say wisdom is? How can we distinguish true vs counterfeit wisdom? Describe a person (from personal life experiences or from the Bible) who exemplifies Biblical wisdom. What are…

Sermon Discussion Questions

Thanks to Matt Hunter for this week’s questions! 1.     Pastor Brad pointed to three metaphors for the tongue in James 3. What are they? 2.     Why is the tongue “magical”? 3.     Is it a good thing or a bad thing that our tongues have so much power? In other words, did God create the tongue to be so…

Sermon Discussion Questions

Thank you for this week’s questions, Jesse! 1.  Is James or Paul a “Black and White” writer? 2.  Which Reformation figure called James a “straw epistle?” Why? 3.  What were the Reformation’s figures concerns about James? 4.  What infuriated the apostle Paul above anything else? 5.  Have you come accross legalistic teaching before?  What about…

Sermon Discussion Questions

1. What is the contrast being outlined through much of this passage? 2. Why is organized religion often taboo in our society? 3. What was Brad’s response to the idea that favoritism is “just how life works”? 4. Here is a list of questions directly from the sermon: – What are we entitled to? –…

Sermon Discussion Questions

1. What is unique about James (the person)? What is unique about James (the book)? 2. What two questions should we ask ourselves when deciding if our anger is justified? Can you think of any others that would be helpful? 3. What were some of the items on the “Am I listening” checklist that Brad…

Sermon Discussion Questions

Thanks for this week’s questions, Nathan! 1. What did Brad say has been the theme of Hebrews thus far? 2. When you read vs 26, what do you think it is speaking of? What did Brad argue it is speaking of? 3. Brad has repeatedly spoke of the early Christian’s propensity to go back to…

Sermon Discussion Questions

Thanks for this week’s questions, Jesse! 1. How would you define a spiritual friendship? Brad defined a spiritual friendship as a deep oneness that develops as two people journey together toward the same destination, helping one another through the dangers and challenges along the way. 2. 81% of Christians believe you can be spiritually healthy without going…

RFKC Male Counselors Needed

Calling all Men of All Saints! Royal Family Kids needs more male volunteers (at least 18 years of age)  to be counselors at camp this summer. We are about 4 short on male counselors this year.  Is God calling you to get involved? The mission trip does not cost you anything financially other than your time at…

Sermon Discussion Questions

Thanks for these questions, Matt Henderson! David Foster Wallace stated the each of us think that we are the center of the universe, “what could be better than me?” This contrasts to a series of comparisons the author of Hebrews made showing Jesus as better than everything else. Do you struggle with putting yourself and…