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Sermon Discussion: All Nations– The Unfinished Task

Sermon Discussion Questions: TEXT: Matthew 28:18–20 The following outline and discussion questions have been prepared to accompany the sermon from 12/09/2018, All Nations: The Unfinished Task. These questions can be used for discussion in small groups, family devotions, or for personal reflection. (PDF Link w/ 2018 Missions Statistics) Main Idea: The Great Commission demands that we intentionally pursue those who have no gospel witness. Outline: I. The Scope of the Task (Matt 28:19–20) II. The Status of the Task III.…

Sermon Discussion: Evangelism is for Everyone

Sermon Discussion Questions: Evangelism is for Everyone TEXT: Mark 5:1–20 The following outline and discussion questions have been prepared to accompany the sermon from November 25th, “Evangelism is for Everyone.” These questions can be used for discussion in small groups, family devotions, or for personal reflection. (Click for PDF) Main Idea: Evangelism is for Everyone Outline: I. The Situation (Mark 5:1–20) II. Three Implications (Mark 5:18–20) A. Evangelism is supposed to be organic B. Evangelism is about God’s work in…

Sermon Discussion: Irrefutable Evidence

Sermon Discussion Questions: Irrefutable Evidence TEXT: 1 John 4:7–12 The following outline and discussion questions have been prepared to accompany the sermon from October 4th, “Irrefutable Evidence.” These questions can be used for discussion in small groups, family devotions, or for personal reflection. (PDF Link) Main Idea: Christians love one another because they are forever united to the ultimate source and expression of love—Jesus Christ. Outline: I. Brotherly Love is Necessary Evidence of Your New Birth (1 John 4:7–8) II.…

“There is not one square inch in the whole domain of our human existence over which Christ, who is Sovereign over all, does not cry: ‘Mine!” Abraham Kuyper