Sermons on Participation

Sermons on Participation

No Respect | Malachi 1:6-14

Israel was confronted regarding their apathy in Malachi. So Pastor Ron helps us to see how we can confront our own apathy in this message called “No Respect”. Discussion Questions 1. What was Malachi referring to when he said the priests  despised or showed contempt for God’s name? 2. How do we fall into “ritualistic” worship? 3. How do our accommodations to culture impact our offerings to God? 4. Do you think the closing of so many churches today relates…

Doubting God’s Love | Malachi 1:1-5

Pastor Ron begins a new series as we explore the book of Malachi, and we see what we can learn from the apathy in Israel. Discussion Questions 1. Why in the “rub” of daily life is it so hard to understand or accept that God loves us as He said? Are there ways He has shown us His love? If so why is that not enough to keep us convinced of it? 2. Jesus commands us to love our enemies (Matt. 5:43,44).…

Sacrifice | Luke 9:1-6, 10-27

Do we live lives marked by sacrifice? Pastor Ron challenges us with this message on sacrifice. Watch Here Discussion Questions 1. Do you think sacrifice is the distinguishing mark between a “believer” and a “disciple”? 2. What does  “sacrificial living” involve for you? 3. Why does Jesus say take up your cross daily?

Jesus’ Helpers | Luke 5:1-11, 27-28, Luke 6:12-16

Andy Bradshaw delves into the question, why did Jesus call his disciples? Discussion Questions 1.    Why is it important we have a proper view of who Jesus is? a.     Did you learn anything from the sermon, have anything to add, or question something that was presented? 2.    If you are a Christian, how does it make you feel that Jesus has chosen you to be his follower? a.     Is it exciting, humbling, burdensome, etc.? 3.    Can you think of a time God asked you to…

Complementarianism | 1 Timothy 2:8-3:7

Today in our Women in the Kingdom series we’re diving into the text so many go to when deciding the role of women in the church. 1 Timothy 2:12 says, “I do not permit a woman to teach or to assume authority over a man…” We look at that verse, we equate teaching with preaching and holding authority with being an elder. That is one way to interpret the text, and it’s called complementarianism. For the next three weeks, including…

Able to Instruct | Romans 15:14

Listen to Andy Bradshaw preach on Romans 15:14. You can watch the full service here on Facebook or the sermon on our YouTube channel. SASHET stands for Sad, Angry, Scared, Happy, Excited, or Tender.