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Recent Sermons

Feeding the 5,000

Text: Mark 6:30–44 Main Idea: Jesus is a compassionate shepherd who fulfills God’s Old Testament Promises.

Sermon Discussion Guides

Sermon Discussion: Who Then is This?

Sermon Discussion Questions: Who Then is This? Mark 4:35–41 The following outline and discussion questions have been prepared to accompany the sermon from May 19, 2019 “Who Then is This?” These questions can be used for discussion in small groups, family devotions, or for personal reflection. Main Idea: Jesus is truly the Son of God because only God can still a storm. Outline: I. The Test of Faith (Mark 4:35–38) II. The Pattern of Faith (Mark 4:38a) III. The Object…

Sermon Discussion: Indefatigable Kingdom

Sermon Discussion: Indefatigable Kingdom Mark 4:26–34 The following outline and discussion questions have been prepared to accompany the sermon from May 12, 2019 “Indefatigable Kingdom” These questions can be used for discussion in small groups, family devotions, or for personal reflection. (PDF Link) Main Idea: The Kingdom of God is utterly unstoppable because it grows all by itself. Outline: I. The Kingdom of God Grows all by Itself (Mark 4:26–29) II. The Kingdom of God is Utterly Unstoppable (Mark 4:30–34)…

Sermon Discussion: Hiddenness and Hearing

Sermon Discussion: Hiddenness and Hearing Mark 4:21–25 The following outline and discussion questions have been prepared to accompany the sermon from May 5, 2019 “Hiddenness and Hearing.” These questions can be used for discussion in small groups, family devotions, or for personal reflection. (PDF Link) Main Idea: Hearing is necessary but it is never sufficient. Outline: God Conceals Spiritual Truth so that He can Reveal it (Mark 4:21–22) God Promises us that Diligent Hearing Leads to Greater Understanding (Mark 4:23–24)…

“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