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Sun, Jul 12, 2020
Duration: 22 mins 31 secs

Bulletin Points:
• Get up and Go
• Come and See

Questions for Kingdom Group Discussion:
1. If you could have your own business, what would it be?

2. Before Jesus sent the disciples out in Matthew 10, what did Jesus ask them to do? (Matthew 9:36-38)

3. Read Matthew 10:1-5. What does it mean to be "called" and "sent"? What is the extent of authority that Jesus gave the disciples? How is this an integral part of the mission of the church?

4. How intentional have you been in evangelising? What are some thoughts or experience you can share?

5. What would be the obstacles that hinder us to "get up and go"? Are there adjustments you need to make in your life?

6. Read John 13:34-35; 17:21-23; Acts 1:8; Acts 2: 17-21. Why is unity and bearing witness as a group so important?

7. What would be some obstacles that hinder us to invite people to "come and see"?

8. What does a Christ-like community look like? In what ways can we personally and as a church grow to be a Christ-like community?

Sun, Apr 19, 2020
Series: Flowers
Duration: 17 mins 55 secs

Bulletin Points:
• God Delights in His Creation
• God Delights in you
• You are Created for His Glory

Questions for Kingdom Group Discussion:
1. Do you have a favourite type of flower? Have you ever received flowers? How did it feel?

2. Do you think God delights in His creation? How do you know?

3. Read Psalms 19:1-2 and Luke 12:27. Why do you think Jesus compares lilies in the field to the work of Solomon?

4. The greatness of God is revealed in His creation. Read Genesis 1 and Zephaniah 3:14. What are God’s thoughts about you?

5. Read Isaiah 43:7, 2 Corinthians 4:6-8 and Matthew 5:16. We are vessels to glorify God. How can we be a light shining out of the darkness? During this time of social distancing, what are some of the things we need to do differently to “shine”?

6. “Letting your light shine” is to bring glory to God our Father and ultimately attract people to Him. As children of the Kingdom, how can we begin to apply this in our daily life?

7. Take some time this week to appreciate the beauty of God, giving Him thanks for who He is and what He does, and by faith, praise Him for His good plan and purposes for our lives.

Sun, Mar 15, 2020
Series: Jesus Reigns
Duration: 34 mins 37 secs

Bulletin Points:
1. The Sower
2. The Four responses
     - The Hard Ground
     - The Shallow Ground
     - The Muddled Ground
     - The Good Soil

Questions for Kingdom Group Discussion:
1. Do you have any experience in gardening? What was it like?

2. What do you think makes a fruitful life?

3. Read Matthew 13:1-23. In this parable who is the sower and what are the seeds? What are the four conditions of soil?

4. Jesus said “He who has ears to hear, let him hear?” (Matthew 13:9). Why is listening so important? What keeps us from hearing and obeying God’s word?

5. What happens to the seed that fall on shallow ground? How can we go deeper in our relationship with Christ?

6. What happens to the seed that is grown among thorns? What would “choke” kingdom life?

7. What happens when the seeds fall on good soil? Are there areas in your life where you need to cut down or adjust your priorities so to allow for kingdom growth?

8. How is your heart (soil) today? What are the areas of your life that needs to be stretched and strengthened?

9. Pray for a multiplication of kingdom blessings upon each other’s family, for the workplace, for the church and the city.


Sun, Sep 22, 2019
Passage: Romans 12:4-5
Series: You Belong
Duration: 32 mins 53 secs

Bulletin Points:
1. We accept each other
2. We grow together
3. We encourage one another

Questions for Kingdom Group Discussion:

  1. What are the things in your life that tell you you’re unworthy? How does feeling/believing you’re unworthy influence a sense of belonging

  2. What are the things in your life that reinforce your value? How does knowing your value influence your sense of belonging?

  3. What does it mean to be interdependent? How is this different than co-dependence or independence?

  4. Read Romans 12:4-5. In what form of dependence is the body of Christ meant to operate in?

  5. Read 1 Corinthians 12:12-17. How do these verses make you feel about your place in the body of Christ? What could be an example of a “weaker” part of the body of Christ?

  6. Who is a person in your life God is teaching you to accept?

  7. In what ways does Satan try to prevent us from living together in community?

  8. Close by encouraging one another in prayer.
Sun, Aug 18, 2019
Series: Jesus Heals
Duration: 37 mins 37 secs

Bulletin Points:
1. There is a battle
2. There is a victory
     a. A Living God
     b. His Living Word
     c. Our Living Faith

Questions for Kingdom Group Discussion:
1. Read Luke 13:10-17. How does Jesus expose the ruler’s hypocrisy? What is he trying to teach through his actions?

2. Read 1 John 3:4-9, what did Jesus come to destroy?

3. What makes you confident that we have victory over the enemy? What causes you to believe that the enemy is more powerful?

4. In your life, what helps you identify the voice of the enemy?

5. Was there ever a time when you realized you were fighting the wrong battle? What brought you to that realization?

6. When was a time when God displayed victory in your life?

7. Is there a scripture that encourages you, reminding you of the victory we have in Christ? Share it with the group.

Sun, Jun 02, 2019
Passage: John 17:20-23
Duration: 33 mins 8 secs

Bulletin Points:
1. Unity creates witness
2. Unity gives life
3. Unity brings the anointing

Questions for Kingdom Group Discussion:
1. Did you ever play on sports teams growing up? How about participate in any group activities or extra-curricular’s?

2. From those experiences, how would you define unity?

3. Why is it important that we’re unified? In what areas of your life do you see a lack of unity?

4. Read John 17:20-23. What can we learn about Christ’s relationship with His Father?

5. What seems to be the deepest concern of Jesus’ heart in this prayer?

6. Why does Jesus call us to be one? Is there a specific purpose that is accomplished through unity?

7. What does it take to maintain unity? Why do you think unity requires diversity?

8. What would be some of the strengths of being in unity?

9. As a Kingdom group, pray for communities or relationships you desire to see grow in unity.

Fri, Dec 14, 2018
Duration: 36 mins 46 secs

Bulletin Points:
1. God is with us – do not fear
2. God is with us – and for us
3. If God is for us, who can be against us?

Questions for Kingdom Group Discussion:
1. Read Isaiah 7:4-14. How does this story reflect that Jesus is a promised fulfilled in verse 14?

2. What were Ahaz’ and Joseph’s responses to God’s messengers? What does this reveal about their trust in God?

3. Read Matthew 1:20-23. Because God is with us, we do not need to fear. What are the fears God is leading you out of?

4. When facing previous challenges or crisis, how have you seen Jesus as Emmanuel? How have you experienced Jesus as Emmanuel (God with us) in your life lately?

5. Read Romans 8:31-36. How does this passage reveal that God is for us?

6. “If the Kingdom is advanced, it’s not by what we see, but by what we believe.” What are you believing about God regardless of the circumstances around you right now?

Sun, Nov 11, 2018
Duration: 34 mins 46 secs
Bulletin Points:
1. We have a Father in Heaven
2. He is a Loving Father
3. We are fellow heirs with Christ

Questions for Kingdom Group Discussion:
1.Share with the group a time when you felt that you belonged. How did you know that you were a part of a group or included?

2. If you are redeemed by Christ, you are no longer a slave to law and sin. What are you then? (Galatians 4:7; John 1:12)

3. What happens when you have a distorted view of your identity?

4. How do you know if you are living with an orphaned spirit?

5. Read Luke 15:17-31. What is Jesus' point in this parable? How does the Father receive the son here? How do his sons relate to the father?

6. Read Romans 8:1-17. What does it mean to set their mind on the things of the flesh? What does it mean to set one's mind on the things of the Spirit? Give some examples. What are the consequences of the two different mindsets?

7. What does it mean to exercise the privilege of sonship? What does it mean to have an orphan spirit?

8. Are you living like a fellow heir with Christ -- liberated from trying to win God's approval? Share with the group how God is shaping your identity.
Sun, Aug 12, 2018
Passage: Luke 15:1-7
Duration: 29 mins 42 secs
Bulletin Points:
1. The importance of one
2. The flock of ninety-nine
3. 99+1= One flock rejoicing

Questions for Kingdom Group Discussion:
1. Do you think counting sheep would help you fall asleep?

2. Read 15:1-7, who were in the audience listening to the parables Jesus told?

3. Why were the Pharisees and scribes frustrated with Jesus welcoming and receiving sinners?

4. Why do you think the shepherd wasn’t content with just having 99 of his sheep safe?

5. Do you think it is worth the effort of leaving the majority in search of the one?

6. What does this reveal about the character of God and the priorities of the Kingdom of God?

7. What would be some of your hindrances to have the same determination for the lost?

8. Have you ever shared your testimony with anyone outside your Christian circle of friends? What happened?

9. Spend some time praying as a group for people you know that needs to be “gone after, searched for, and found”? How could you help them meet Jesus?
Sun, Jun 03, 2018
Series: Amazing
Duration: 33 mins 52 secs

Bulletin Points:
1. Receive it
2. Share it
3. Live it

Questions for Kingdom Group discussion:
1. List five words that come to your mind when the word “LOVE“ is mentioned. Please share and explain.

2. How does God’s love compare to human expression of love? In what ways is His love amazing to you?

3. Which is more difficult: to believe that God loves everyone, or to believe that God loves you? Why?

4. How would you describe the love that God has for us? What do the scriptures say? How high, how far, how deep and how wide is our Father’s love for us? (Psalms 103)

5. How is God’s love sacrificial, unconditional, undeserving? (Read John 15:13; 2:5-11)

6. Read 1 John 3:14-18, 1 John 2:9-11, what does God expect of us? What would be your biggest challenge in obeying this command?

7. Is the love we show others our own natural love or God’s love in us? Read Romans 5:5.

8. Do you feel you’re always surrounded by problems or opportunities?

9. Do you feel overwhelmed by the needs of others? How would Romans 5:5; 1 John 3:17; Zechariah 4:6; Isaiah 58:7-11 help you overcome our limitations?

10. Share how you as a kingdom group can express God’s amazing love to others?