Life Group Guide

This Leader Guide will help you lead the conversation. [Brackets] indicate simple cues for you, as a facilitator, and are not intended to be read aloud.

The Gospel & The Church

Life Group Guide

This Leader Guide will help you lead the conversation. [Brackets] indicate simple cues for you, as a facilitator, and are not intended to be read aloud.

The Gospel & The Church

Conversation Starter

In the WRECKED series, we have looked at Pentecost, the stoning of Stephen, Peter, and Cornelius, Paul and Silas in prison, and the salvation of the jailer’s family, and the Church. Which one of these sermons had the most impact on you and why?

Discussion Questions

One of the quotes from this week’s sermon is, “It’s okay to be messy. God does some of His best work in messy situations.” Tell about a time in your life where you were in a mess because of your own doing and God did an amazing work in your life.

It is said that as important as it is that you know God, the more important thing is that He knows you. What is it that God knows about you? “Everything,” is not an acceptable answer to this question. Speak to specific things He knows. What hope does the fact that God knows you, give you?

Read Acts 19:10. You may not be a Paul. But, what is it that your Life Group can do to be active in showing and sharing the love of Jesus between now and Easter. Spend some time talking about this and make a plan. Then, invite your new friends to join you at the Easter services.

“We need to let God wreck the usual in our lives.” What has become “usual” to you? What does wrecking the usual in your life look like? Why has this been such a struggle for you?

Pray

It’s not too early to start praying for our Easter services. In your group tonight, find scriptures in the Bible you can pray for those who will be attending Easter services.

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