A powerful expression of biblical community.
This is a setting in which people connect with a small group of friends who are mutually committed to caring for one another, growing in their faith, and impacting others for the cause of Christ. We invite you to find a group of friends that live near you so you can join them in “sharing life together.”
Our LifeGroups are a powerful way to do life TOGETHER. We were designed for relationship. So, grab some friends/make some friends and lets to this together!!
If you have any questions, please email Rick Hunter: firstname.lastname@example.org.
LifeGroup Study Guide – Week 8: “Recycling My Pain”
Stepping In: Getting things started!
1 – What has been the most helpful thing for you in this series?
2 – Everyone share a good thing God has brought out of a painful experience in your life.
Building Up: What is God Saying?
1 – Read 1 Peter 3:8. Talk about how each of these qualities are critical as we share our stories of pain and God’s hope through it all.
2 – Read 1 Peter 3:9. When others hurt us, our first response might be retaliation. How does repaying their hurt with a blessing help us and them?
3 – Read 1 Peter 3:10-12. Why is evil and controlling our tongue so often connected in the Bible? Share one way your words got you into trouble recently.
4 – Read 1 Peter 3:13-14. Share a time when you suffered for doing the right thing.
5 – Read 1 Peter 3:15-16. During the weekend’s message we focused on these three things: Be humble, be real, and be respectful. Take some time and talk about how each one is a serious game-changer as we look to share the Good News with others.
Living Out: How do I obey?
1 – Someone read this out loud: Yield myself to God to be used to bring this Good News to others, both by my example and by my words.
A. In order to be a better example, I would like to…
B. I’d be more willing to share my story if…
2 – Make sure you have a plan in place for your service project!! You’ll be doing a service project together by MARCH 19th. When you come up with a plan, please let us know about it by emailing: email@example.com.