A Study on Romans 1:18-32

If you missed the sermon, please take some time to listen before tackling the questions. You can find it here :You Have No Excuse!

  1. Read the passage and discuss what reactions individuals have to it?
  2. What does it mean that God abandons… (repeated 3 times)
  3. Can people who have never heard of Jesus be saved?
  4. Discuss how we can apply verses 28-32 to our lives.
  5. Looking at verses: 26 & 27.
  • What does this tell us about God’s view of Same Sex relationships?
  • So where does this leave people who have those attactions?
  • How are we to show God’s love and still share the Gospel?

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The Good Shepherd and the Gospel

Here is the sermon, in case you missed it: Your Choice

1.       Read through the ‘Good shepherd passage’ John 10: 7-18. As a group discuss the passage, unpicking the various aspects i.e. who are the sheep, who is the hired man etc. etc.

2.       Sunday’s message focused on verse 10. What is this ‘rich and satisfying life’ that Jesus talks about? How might Christians be missing out on experiencing this life in the present?

3.       The Gospel message is more than ‘God is Love’ – Discuss.

4.       People need to hear the Gospel. A) how can we as individuals tell them? B) how as a church can we encourage and enable each other to share that Good News.

5.       Spend some time in prayer thanking God for those who visited on Sunday and also praying for those individuals.

What kind of field are we planting?

A study on Mark 4:1-20 based on the sermon Sowing the seed of love…

  1. Read the first two verses and discuss how you imagine the scene as Jesus is teaching;
  2. Read the rest of the passage. Why might people not understand the parable?
  3. discuss each of the 4 soil/soul types.
  4. How ought we apply this passage to our own lives?
  5. Spend some time in prayer, seeking the Lord’s leading in our life as a church and His protection, wisdom, boldness and compassion as we’re obedient to Him.