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We looked at Eclesiastes 1:13 “It is an unhappy business that God has given the children of men to be busy with.” How does it feel at first that this is in the Bible? Why do you suppose we have been subjected to “vanity” or “futility?” What good does it do? How can we live
We talked about why Discipleship is one of our values. It is nothing less than becoming what we were made to be. What do you think of when you think of Discipleship? Did this message help you think through this value? Would you say that discipleship really is one of the values in the DNA
Jim shared on the “Value of Mission” at BCC this morning: * What first comes to mind when you hear the word “mission” ? * What is the mission of God? * Who participates in the mission of God? * How can followers of Jesus join the already-ongoing mission of God? * Name three tangible
As a K-Group have one person read out loud the creation narrative found in Genesis 2. — Jim shared about the value of community in a Christian’s life on Sunday… Do you believe the Gospel pushes us toward community? If so, why do you think the Gospel pushes us toward community? What if a community
(Glance over Genesis 3 and Ephesians 2) What is a resolution or goal you have set for 2018 or in the past? Why does it matter that the gospel was announced in Genesis 3:15? What is difficult about not being “your own,” but God’s? Why is it a comfort that you are not your own?
What are some of the roadblocks to human connection? Why do you think we prefer to be superficial? How does the gospel shape community? What does it demand from us? What does it do for us?
The temptation story What does this temptation (which Jesus endured) have to do with humanity’s temptation in the garden? In what ways do we fall for the temptation of sustenance? “Provide us with comfort and we will follow?” (think about this question as individuals, as BCC, and as American Christians – be gracious) In what
We talked about how the coming of the Christ means Blessing, Peace and Love. Why do you think it’s important to keep in perspective that we are recipients of this BEFORE messengers of it? Do you think this will allow us to be better messengers of these three things? Can you share a way you
We talked about waiting. I can’t help but hear Tom Petty in my head when I say that. He was right, it’s the hardest part. What do we need to do as we wait? Prepare the Way of the Lord Such an important an overlooked concept. And this always begins, as it does in the