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God's Call for All Y'all (Ephesians 4:1-6)

Community Group Discussion Questions

Helping one another love Jesus, His people, and His world.

Text:Ephesians 4:1-6

Sermon Title: God’s Call for All Y’all
Date:11-21-2021

Loving Jesus

  1. How does Jesus relate to you in an ongoing way? To aid your answer, consider the following questions:
  • In what specific way(s) has He shown you humility?
  • Where and when has He been gentlewith you?
  • What areas of your life has He been patientwith you in?
  • How, specifically, has He borne with you in love?

Loving His People

  1. Which fruit of grace (humility, gentleness, patience, bearing with one another in love) is the most challenging for you to demonstrate toward fellow Christians? How does this struggle jeopardize your maintenance of our unity and bond of peace? How can Jesus, and how He continually relates to you (above), aimed to help you grow here?

 Loving His World

  1. Why are humility, gentleness, patience, and bearing with one another in love not prized more highly in our culture? How does the culture’s value system make our pursuit of these things more difficult to pursue? How does our pursuit of unity with one another through these means meant to bless the world?

 

 

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Following Jesus in Caring for Orphans (James 1:26-27)

Community Group Discussion Questions

Helping one another love Jesus, His people, and His world.

Text: James 1:26-27

Sermon Title:  Following Jesus in Caring for Orphans
Date: 11-14-2021

Loving Jesus

1. What is God’s heart toward orphans and widows? How have you benefited? Where would you be without his disposition toward orphans? 

Loving His People

2. Not everyone is called to house an orphan (or a widow), but we’re all called to care for them. What specific way(s) can you play a part in our church caring for orphans (and widows)? What holds you back from doing so?

 Loving His World

3. What do you think the church’s care for orphans and widows proclaim to the world? What’s the potential impact on our community?  

 

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