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Sun, Nov 24, 2019
Series: The First
Duration: 40 mins 2 secs

Bulletin Points:
1. A Sad Earthly Reality
2. Set On Kingdom Priority

Questions for Kingdom Group Discussion:
1. What is the most important thing in your life? What is your number one priority? Why?

2. Read Matthew 6:25-33. What’s most important to the unbelievers? What are they seeking? How about the believers?

3. Why don’t believers need to worry about their earthly needs?

4. What are the three types of blessings mentioned in the sermon? Which one have you personally experienced?

5. Is there anything giving you sleepless nights?

6. What is God saying to you through this passage about handling your particular worry? What is the remedy?

7. Share with your kingdom group how you can truly and daily live out the Kingdom life Jesus taught here. A life that put the Kingdom first.

8. How can the group pray for you?

Sun, Nov 17, 2019
Series: The First
Duration: 32 mins 18 secs

Bulletin Points:
1. Giving first fruits is mentioned in scripture many times
2. Why did God deal so much with giving?

Questions for Kingdom Group Discussion:
1. What’s your favorite fruit? How does it taste like?

2. What is “first fruits” according to Scripture? Why is this mentioned so frequently in the Bible?

3. What does it mean to honor the Lord with your finances?

4. What are the common obstacles to bringing of our tithes and offerings to God?

5. Is giving of our ‘first fruits’ only relevant to finances? In what other areas can we honor God?

6. Read Matthew 23:23. How is neglecting justice, mercy and faithfulness compared to tithing?

7. How can we begin or continue to honor God on our finances? What practical advice will you share with your group?

8. Pray for each other in the area of provision. Let’s believe and live out God’s supernatural abundance in your life. What are your needs right now?

Sun, Nov 03, 2019
Series: The First
Duration: 29 mins 35 secs

Bulletin Points:
1. Israel As The Firstborn
2. The Church As The Firstborn

Questions for Kingdom Group Discussion:
1. What is your birth order in your family? How did your parents raise you differently because of your birth order?

2. Read Deuteronomy 21:16-17. What are some privileges or benefits a firstborn child receives?

3. Read Exodus 4:23 & 13:2. How are we consecrated and set apart for the Lord? What does it look like to belong to Him?

4. Read Hebrews 12:18-23. What is the name of the church described in this passage? Why?

5. When God refers to Israel and the church as His firstborn, what does this signify? How are we significant, special and privileged in the same way?

6. Everyone in Christ receives full inheritance, blessing, authority and favour from the Father. Have you ever felt less-than in the family of God? What caused you to identify that way?

7. How can your group pray for you in order for you to fully walk in your identity as God’s child and authority as His firstborn child.

Sun, Oct 13, 2019
Passage: Psalm 51:10
Series: Sweet!
Duration: 32 mins 48 secs

Bulletin Points:
1. Positive Attitude Over Negative Attitude
2. Gratitude is the Best Attitude

Questions for Kingdom Group Discussion:
1. To you, what does it mean to have a sweet spirit? Who do you know that has a sweet spirit?

2. What are the benefits of having a positive attitude? What are the cons?

3. How would you define having a positive attitude? Is it different than thinking positively?

4. What are the things that make you aware of your attitude?

5. What was the last thing that caused you to have a negative attitude? How do negative situations affect you?

6. Who in your life does your attitude affect?

7. How is gratitude correlated with our perception?

8. Share with your Kingdom group something you’ve been grateful for recently.

Sun, Sep 01, 2019
Series: You Belong
Duration: 40 mins 45 secs

Bulletin Points:
1. You Belong Here
2. They Belong Here

Questions for Kingdom Group Discussion:
1. What do we mean when we say, “I’m a part of this community,”?

2. Share with the group about a community you felt where you belonged or were a part of. In what season of your life have you felt that you did not belong?

3. What does it look like to belong to a community and to be a co-owner?

4. What is the difference between “showing up” and taking ownership?

5. What causes people to feel like outsiders?

6. Read Ephesians 2:14-22. How does God resolve the problem of division? How is Paul reminding the members of the church that they belong?

7. As a group, read through the Kingdom Movement Belong section. What part of the material stood out to you?

8. Together, pray for those who may not feel like they belong or any division you may be witnessing or experiencing.

Sun, Aug 11, 2019
Series: Jesus Heals
Duration: 42 mins 14 secs

Bulletin Points:
1. The Cross Delivers Us from the Penalty of Sin
2. The Cross Delivers Us from the Power of Sin

Questions for Kingdom Group Discussion:
1. Read 1 Peter 2:24-25. How does Christ’s death result in both an ending and beginning in our lives? How is the cross a symbol of salvation and healing?

2. Read Galatians 3:13. How does the curse of the law impact our lives?

3. Read Romans 6:5-14. The idea of death and resurrection is mentioned 15 times in this passage (Romans 6). What is Paul trying to say?

4. What do you do when you are reminded of your past mistakes?

5. If we are dead to sin in Christ, how is it that Christians still sin?

6. How does the knowledge of your death to sin affect your struggle with sin? Or how can it? How does it affect your prayer life?

7. Read Colossians 3:1-5. How is setting your heart and mind on Christ related to what He has already done for us?

8. Which aspect of your old nature feels comfortable to you right now? Why is it difficult to remove or outgrow? With what part of Christ’s nature would you like to replace it with?

9. How can your Kingdom group help you living out Christ’s nature in you?

Sun, Jul 21, 2019
Passage: John 10:30-39
Duration: 42 mins 17 secs

Bulletin Points:
1. The Rejecters: Stoning Jesus
2. The Receivers: Enthroning Jesus

Questions for Kingdom Group Discussion:
1. Read John 10:31-33. What happens when Jesus claims His divinity in front of others? Is their reaction what you would expect?

2. Why did the Jews want to plan to stone Jesus for blasphemy? Is their response justified?

3. Have you ever thought you were carrying out a ‘righteous duty’? What caused that experience and what was it like?

4. What is the difference between putting Christ on the throne of your eternal life and putting Christ on the throne of your current life? How do you distinguish between the two?

5. When Christ is enthroned in your life, what do people see?

6. Is there any area of your life where you think Jesus doesn’t yet rule over or is difficult to surrender to Him? How can people in your community help you come to that place of surrender?

Sun, Jul 14, 2019
Duration: 33 mins 36 secs

Bulletin Points:
1. Have Faith In Jesus, Not Fear In Your Giant
2. The Battle Belongs To Jesus

Questions for Kingdom Group Discussion:
1. What in your life feels like a giant right now? Is there any problem dominating your thoughts, time, or energy?

2. How can we overcome and kill the giants in our lives?

3. Have you ever witnessed a giant being overcome in your life? What happened in that situation?

4. Read 1 Samuel 17:39-50. In verse 45, how does David respond to the Philistine? Is this response out of the ordinary?

5. Read 1 John 5:4-5. What does this scripture look like lived out?

6. Why do we often forget that the battle is the Lord’s?

7. Pray with your group for faith in believing that Jesus has defeated your giants on your behalf.

Sun, Jul 07, 2019
Passage: John 8:11
Duration: 42 mins 28 secs

Bulletin Points:
1. How Should We Respond To Sin?
2. How Are We To Respond To Sinners?

Questions for Kingdom Group Discussion:
1. “We don’t change in order to be accepted; we change because we have already been accepted.” What do you think of this phrase and what is its deeper meaning? Does it hold any significance for you?

2. How do you respond to sin in yourself? How do you respond to sin in others?

3. What has caused you to want to accuse someone of their sin?

4. Read John 8:2-11. How is Jesus’ response to the scribes and Pharisees different than what you might expect? Why do you think he chose not to join them in throwing stones?

5. How do you think God asks us to respond to sin? Is this easy or difficult? Why?

6. How is the voice of Christ different than the voice of a critic? What experiences in your life have led you to encounter these 2 voices?

Sun, May 19, 2019
Passage: James 5:13-16
Series: One Another
Duration: 39 mins 25 secs

Bulletin Points:
1. How Is Life?
2. How Is Your Prayer Life?

Questions for Kingdom Group Discussion:
1. Share with the group a time you were physically, relationally or emotionally healed.

2. How would you define the current circumstances of your life? Share with your group a small life-update.

3. How do you typically respond to positive circumstances in your life? How do you respond to negative circumstances? How do the things happening around you influence your spiritual life?

4. How does prayer for one another build relationship with people in your community?

5. Have you ever prayed over someone who was sick or had someone pray over you? What was the experience like?

6. Why do you think prayer is powerful? How does prayer influence our relationships?

7. Spend time as a group praying for one another in your areas of need.