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Sun, Apr 28, 2019
Passage: Luke 7:18-23
Duration: 47 mins 9 secs

Bulletin Points:
1. A doubtful question to Jesus (Luke7:18-20)
2. A hopeful answer from Jesus (Luke 7:21-22)
3. A powerful statement by Jesus (Luke 7:23)

Questions for Kingdom Group Discussion:
1. When was a time someone was offended by you? Is there are time you were offended by someone else?

2. Read Luke 7:18-23. Why do you think John is asking, “Are you the one who is to come, or shall we look for another?”

3. What would cause John to doubt what Jesus was doing or who he was? What causes us to doubt what God is doing? When we’re not operating out of relationship with Jesus, what do we tend to do?

4. How does Jesus answer John’s question? Why doesn’t he answer directly?

5. What does Jesus mean when he says, “Blessed is the one who is not offended by me” in verse 23?

6. In verses 21 – 23, how did Jesus demonstrate the Kingdom of God?

7. In the Bible, who is offended by Jesus and for what reasons? How does Matthew 4:17 give us insight to not remaining offended by Jesus’ actions?

8. When did you come to the place in your spiritual journey when you knew and realized that Jesus was the one establishing his kingdom not your entitlement? How did you come to this understanding? What difference has this made in your life?

Sun, Feb 10, 2019
Series: Greater Than
Duration: 33 mins 20 secs

Bulletin Points:
1. The process of perfected humility is Jesus
2. The process of perfect elevation is through Jesus

Questions for Kingdom Group Discussion:
1. Who do you admire because they truly put the interests of others ahead of their own interests?

2. Read Philippians 2:1-11. What do you think is the main theme from this passage? How does it reflect Christ’s example of humility?

3. What do you think it was like for Jesus to leave heaven and become human?

4. What does it mean to consider someone better than yourself? How does humility differ from being a doormat?

5. Rick Warren once said, “Humility is not thinking less of yourself, it’s thinking of yourself less.” What do you think that means?

6. What is the difference between false humility and true humility? Is there a difference between false humility and pride? How does God lead us to true humility?

Sun, Oct 21, 2018
Passage: John 11:35
Duration: 37 mins 41 secs

Bulletin Points:
1. Relationship Presence
2. Revelation Presence
3. Resurrection Presence

Questions for Kingdom Group Discussion:
1. Share with your group a time when you had been given a second chance, purely by grace?

2. Read John 11:1-44. Does this story give you goosebumps? Why or why not?

3. How do you see Jesus being relational and emotional with Lazarus family? How do you see Jesus being relational, emotional and real with you? (v35)

4. When Jesus gives bold revelations and promises, how do you receive it based on your relationship with Him? (v4, v6-16, 39-44)

5. I am the resurrection and the life, he who believes in Me will live even if he dies. (v25). How does receiving a second chance with a resurrected spiritual life through Jesus Christ make you look at life now?

Sun, May 20, 2018
Passage: Isaiah 55:8-9
Series: Amazing
Duration: 32 mins 13 secs
Bulletin Points:
1. God is AMAZING because His WORDS are set above our ways and thoughts.
2. God is AMAZING because He INVITES us to live out His higher ways and thoughts.

Questions for Kingdom Group discussion:
1. Share with the group about an event where God really amazed you.

2. How are God’s Words and His promises so powerful? (v10-11)

3. Read Isaiah 55:8-9. What is the main message in these verses?

4. How are His thoughts and plans learned? Share experiences or insights from the Word that demonstrate that God’s way of doing things are different from our own.

5. How does God invite us to live out His higher ways and thoughts? (Isa 55:6 & John 1:14)

6. Reflect what you will declare and act upon this week over your situation having His thoughts and ways and then share it with your group next week. How was God so amazing and powerful in that situation? Eg. I choose Jesus! I choose His love to love on him/her! I choose His patience over that situation!

I choose His joy to go through this relationship! I choose His kindness to bless that person! I choose His forgiveness to change the atmosphere at this place! I choose His healing over sickness! I choose His peace to resolve that angry situation!
Sun, Mar 04, 2018
Series: Centre Peace
Duration: 32 mins 30 secs

Bulletin Points:
1. Kingdom peace comes through the relationship with King Jesus
2. Kingdom peace is mind blowing because of the relationship with King Jesus
3. Kingdom peace guards our new created hearts and minds which belongs to King Jesus.

Questions for Kingdom Group discussion:
1. What is peace? Share with the group an experience that you had peace.

2. Peace in Hebrew is Shalom. What is the definition of Shalom?

3. How do you see the Peace of the Kingdom of God being different from the peace of this world?

4. As you read Philippians 4:4-6, what happens or activates you when you encounter a true relationship with Jesus?

5. Reflect on Philippians 2:6-11 and why is it so mind blowing in regards to the peace of God?

6. In 2 Corinthians 5:17 we are a new creation in Christ so we have been given a new heart and a mind, how are we constantly working out our salvation in our new created daily lives? (Phil 2:12)

Sun, Aug 20, 2017
Duration: 38 mins 37 secs

Bulletin Points:
1. God of Faithfulness
2. Faithfulness in God


Questions for Group Discussion
1. How does faithfulness look like to you? How about unfaithfulness?
2. Read Deuteronomy 32:4 and Lamentation 3:22-23. What do these passages say about God? Why?
3. What is the difference between faith and faithfulness? Give some examples in the way we would use the two words on a daily basis.
4. Read 2 Cor. 5:7. What does this verse say in regards to how we relate to God? Our daily life?
5. Read Daniel 3:17-18 and Hebrews 11:32-40 and reflect how the Kingdom people live by faith and not by sight in action!
6. How do you apply or understand faithfulness in the context of Kingdom of God? How is this different from the non-believers’ understanding and application?
7. Reflect. Does my faith place God as the first priority in my life? Am I faithful to God in the same way He is faithful to me?
8. In what way and in what areas do I have difficulties trusting God? Share with the group.

9. Worship / pray to God as a group and thank Him for being a faithful God to His people.


Sun, Apr 23, 2017
Passage: John 21:15-19
Duration: 48 mins 35 secs

Bulletin Points
1. Do You Love Me?
2. Feed My Lamb


Questions for Group Discussion

1. Read John 21:15-19. What does it mean when Jesus asked us to follow Him?
2. What is the difference between agape and phileo love?

3. Why was Peter's response only phileo love when Jesus was asking for agape love in the first two times?

4. How does this passage of responding to Jesus' love speak to you? Are you growing in love with Jesus? Is it a born again experience?

5. What does feed my lamb mean to Peter and you?

6. Are you discipling someone? If yes, how is it going? If not, why not?

7. Read 1 Corinthians 13:1-13. How does the passage speak to your daily walk with Jesus and your relationship with your family, friends, workplace and ministry?

Sun, Nov 27, 2016
Duration: 33 mins 13 secs
Bulletin Points:
1. Spirit led Rejoicing ALWAYS 
2. Spirit led Prayer UNCEASINGLY 
3. Spirit led thanksgiving in ALL CIRCUMSTANCES
4. The will of God in Christ Jesus is SPIRIT LED.

Questions for Group Discussion:
1. How do words like Always, Unceasingly and All Circumstances applied in your walk with God? Easy or diffcult and why?  (1Thess 5:16-18)

2. How can you live a life  rejoicing Always, praying Unceasingly and giving thanks in All Circumstances?

3. As we read 1 Thess 1:4-7, discuss what does Paul mean by "the gospel with power and in the Holy Spirit" and "received the word in much affliction, with joy of the Holy Spirit"?

4.  How does a Spirit led rejoicing can help you to prevent the enemy to steal your joy and living it out ALWAYS?

5. How does a Spirit led prayer helps your structured and spontaneous praying lifestyle Unceasingly?

6. How does a Spirit led thanksgiving can help you praise and worship Jesus in All Circumstances?

Reflection and prayer - The will of God in Christ Jesus in our journey of faith is Spirit led.  

1Thessalonians 5:19 states Do not quench the Spirit.  Let's allow the Kingdom of God to invade every sphere of our life and witness a powerful gospel transformation to the lost souls around us.
Sun, Jul 31, 2016
Series: I Pray
Duration: 37 mins 37 secs
Bulletin Points: 
1. Search me - Surrender in my theology
2. Try me - Surrender in my thoughts
3. Lead me - Surrender in my actions
Questions for Group Discussion:
Read Psalm 139-1-24.

1. Share an experience of a prayer in surrender in your journey with Jesus so far.

2. How does your theology of God determine your prayer life of surrender?

3. How can you describe God for His omniscience? (v.1-6)

4. How can you describe God for His omnipresence? (v.7-12)

5. How can you describe God for His omnipotence? (v.13-16)

6. Why do we need to surrender our thoughts to Him? (v.17-24a)

7. How do you want Jesus to lead you in the way of everlasting? (v.24b)

Let us pray as a group, Psalm139 in an attitude of surrender asking God to search me (v1-16), try me (v.17-24a) and lead me (v.24b).
Sun, Jul 03, 2016
Duration: 27 mins 46 secs

Bulletin Points:   
1. Faith is Encountering Jesus
2. Faith is Responding to Jesus
3. Faith is Growing in Love with Jesus


Questions for Group Discussion:
1. What is the big picture of faith to you?

2. Discuss and compare, "faith because of fear" with "faith because of loving Jesus?"

3. Read Hebrews 11:1 to 12:11. How did the people endure putting their faith in God until the end even though most of them did not see their promises fulfilled?

4. What happens to our faith when we encounter Jesus? (Ephesians 2:1-7)

5. How does responding to the grace and love of Christ do to our faith? (Ephesians 2:8-9)
6. How does your faith grow in love with Jesus until the end and finish the race strong? (Ephesians 2:10 and Matthew 17:20)

Let's encourage and pray for each other regardless of our circumstances that the grace and love of Christ will be our everything through our faith in Him!