1 Samuel 3 Sermon Study Questions

One of the ways God judges His people is by removing His word from our presence.  How can this happen in the life of a church? How can this happen in the life of someone who rejects Jesus?  Have you ever felt this in your own life? What […]

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1 Samuel 2:11-3:2 Sermon Study Questions

The priests had empty their role in Israel of any meaning by serving themselves instead of God and others. What ways have you empty your life of meaning by using this life and what God has given for yourself and not God and others? What are the gifts […]

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1 Samuel 2:1-10 Sermon Study Questions

How do we boast in the Lord? What specific ways do we champion the Lord? (Be practical and specific / worship testimonies)

What strengths do you have that cause you to forget the Lord? How have your weaknesses reminded you of the Lord?

How have you […]

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Luke 15:1-10 Parables of the Lost 

In your own words, describe what it means to be lost? Describe what it was like for you, personally, to once be lost and then found by God in Christ. What took place in your life? How did this happen?

Does your self righteousness keep your from […]

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Cajun Hoopla

Why are we having a Cajun Hoopla?

As a young growing church, times like this are vitally important as we seek to get to know one another. Throughout the year we schedule events like the Cajun Hoopla to simply hangout and enjoy one […]

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The Parable of the Sower Luke 8:4-15

Parable – from the word to throw alongside. A parable is a story or illustration thrown alongside a spiritual truth. Jesus uses parable to reveal TO HIS DISCIPLES the reality of presence of the kingdom of God so that they may see and -believe.

“The devil […]

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1 Peter 5:12-14 Sermon Study Questions

“The good news of the kingdom is that in Jesus – You can have your sins forgiven. Your enemy – death – has been defeated. Your worst fears will be alleviated. More than you ever hoped or dreamed for yourself will come true forever.”

On a daily basis what […]

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1 Peter 5:8-10

There are two equal and opposite errors into which our race can fall about the devils. One is to disbelieve in their existence. The other is to believe, and to feel an excessive and unhealthy interest in them. They themselves are equally pleased with both errors and hail […]

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1 Peter 5:5-8

Humility is an accurate assessment of yourself before God. How do we get an accurate assessment if ourselves before God? How does reading the Bible and prayer help us in such a pursuit of humility? What other spiritual disciplines cultivate humility (give us an accurate assessment of ourselves […]

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1 Peter 4:12-19 Study Questions

Peter writes to Christians in a secular government who are enduring severe persecution for following Jesus. He tells them to be glad because such persecution proves they have the Spirit working in them. The persecution they endure is God proving the realness of His people who have aligned themselves with […]

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