New Testament Survey of Women | Romans 16:1-7

New Testament Survey of Women | Romans 16:1-7

Andy Bradshaw preached on women in the New Testament this morning. You can watch the full service on Facebook or only the sermon on YouTube. You can check out our full Women in the Kingdom sermon series here and access some of our resources on women in ministry here.

Discussion Questions:

1. Are you celebrating/commemorating lent (the 40/46 days leading up to Easter) in order to prepare for Easter? If so, how?
2. Please share any prayer requests or praises? What is on your heart?
3. Who is your favorite woman in the New Testament? Why? What can we learn from her?
4. Why do you suppose the first recorded story of Jesus revealing himself is with the woman at the well? Why do you suppose that the first people to see the risen Jesus were also women? What is God trying to tell us by doing these things this way?
5. In the OT we noticed a theme of God using women to save men or all of Israel. In the NT we noticed a theme of God trusting women with the Gospel.  Romans 1:16a says, “For I am not ashamed of the gospel, because it is the power of God that brings salvation to everyone who believes.” Both OT and NT seem to then contain the same theme of God/Jesus using women bringing salvation to men. What are the implications for how we share the Gospel and make disciples both individually and as a church?

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Dear Church,

Thank you for listening to our third message in our Women in the Kingdom sermon series (if you’ve missed one, just click the link). Andy introduced the concepts of “Complementarian” and “Egalitarian” in his sermon last week. If you’d like to hear the two sides debate this topic in a mutually-respectful way, Gordon-Conwell Charlotte hosted a helpful conversation doing just that back in 2017 (click here). Please continue to pray over this series and our church as we process.

In Christ, Pastor Jonathan

P.S. On a separate note, Bernie Michaud put together a 5-minute message he’d like for us to hear as we navigate this time of pastoral transition (click here).

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