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Sun, Aug 16, 2020
Duration: 23 mins 46 secs

Bulletin Points:
• The Church is the Body of Christ
• We contribute to each other's growth
• We are smarter together
• We are stronger together



Questions for Kingdom Group Discussion:
1. In Proverbs 30:25-27 there are four animals that are considered wise what are they and what makes them wise?

2. Specifically, why is the grasshopper/locust considered wise? What can we, God’s people, learn from them?

3. What are some benefits that human beings gain from their connection with others?

4. What is the purpose of the church? How does living and working in unity contribute to that calling?

5. Read Ephesians 4:1-7. What do all believers have in common that provides the foundation for our unity?

6. If God wants us to be in unity, then why did He create us with such diversity? How do our differences make the body of Christ stronger and increase our impact?

7. Read Ephesians 4:2-3 again. What attitudes and behaviours contribute to unity?

8. Pray for one another in your Kingdom Group, and for a greater unity in the church so that we can have a greater impact in the world.

Sun, Dec 21, 2014
Passage: John 1:14
Duration: 33 mins 58 secs

1. Leaven & the Mustard Seed
2. The Chief cornerstone
3. Trees of Righteousness

Cell Group Discussion Questions

1. What does "incarnation" mean. What name of Jesus embodies this idea?

2. How is the coming of Christ like the Mustard Seed and Leaven in Jesus' parables.

3. What is a cornerstone and how is Jesus like this?

4. Read Isaiah 61:1-3. Why did God become a man? How did Jesus fulfil these words?

5. If Jesus had a Christmas tree, what would it look like? (Hint: Isaiah 61:3)

6. Can you think of someone who needs to understand Jesus understanding of Christmas better? Take a few minutes to pray for those that you know that need to receive and experience Immanuel?

Sun, Oct 12, 2014
Passage: Ephesians 1:1
Duration: 48 mins 42 secs

1.    Praise to the Father
2.    Praise to the Son
3.    Praise to the Holy Spirit
4.    Living for the Praise of God's Glory 

Cell Group Discussion Questions

1. Where was the Apostle Paul when he wrote Ephesians? What did he choose to focus his attention on?
 
2. Briefly describe the role of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit in the work of redemption? Why has he gone to such lengths to bring this about?
 
3. What are Spiritual Blessings? What "Spiritual Blessings" have you received from God?
 
4. What does the phrase "to/for the praise of God's glory" or "to the praise of His glorious grace" signify? What actions either by God or by his children bring him glory?
 
5. What are some ways that individuals, homegroups or the church as a whole can live to the praise of God's glory? What effects might that have on the world and the people around us?

 

Sun, Oct 13, 2013
Duration: 50 mins 21 secs
1. The Holy Spirit Leads Us Through Conviction
2 .The Holy Spirit Leads Us Into Truth Discernment, Remembering His Word
3. The Holy Spirit Leads Us By Orchestrating Life's Circumstances For the glory of God
Sun, Feb 03, 2013
Duration: 51 mins 4 secs
1. Yoke Of The World 
2. Yoke Of Jesus 

Cell Group Discussion Questions: 
1. How would the people of Jesus day understood the literal and figurative image of a yoke? 

2. In what ways does the world try to put it's yoke on people? What are some affects of the world's yoke on our lives? 

3. How is Jesus' Yoke different from the Yoke of the world has to offer? What are three benefits of responding to Jesus invitation to take his yoke? 

4. Read 1 John 5:3-5. What do you think the apostle John meant when he said that God's commands are not burdensome? 

5. What are some heavy burdens you are bearing? How could taking Jesus' yoke upon you help that? 

6. Read Hebrews 4:14-16. What are some things you and the home group can bring before the throne of grace tonight?
Sun, Jun 10, 2012
Duration: 46 mins 46 secs
1. Enslaved In The Land Of Plenty (Nehemiah 9:34-37) 
2. Facing The Brutal Facts (Nehemiah 9:1-3) 
3. Possessing The Land And Living The Promise (Nehemiah 9:38; 10:29) 
 
Cell Group Discussion Questions: 
1. What kind of relationship did Christ intend the believer to have with the world around him or her?
 
2. Of what benefit is the Old Testament to the life of a New Testament believer?
 
3. Read Nehemiah 9:34-37. What was the situation of the people of Israel in the time of Nehemiah? How did they get there?
 
4. How does one get from freedom to slavery? (James 1:13-15)
 
5. How does one get from slavery to freedom? (Nehemiah 9:1-3, Romans 6:16)
 
6. Where is God when His people are wayward? (Nehemiah 9:19-20, 27-28, 31, 32)
 
7. Read John 10:27-30. What hope do these verses hold for the faithful, wayward or non-believer?