Defining, Describing and Doing Prayer

September 15, 2018 By: Category: Bible Study

Spend some time thinking through, discussing and defining prayer. What does our culture think of prayer and how does this differ or accord with the Christian view? Consider the follow in your discussion: Prayer is the most common faith practice in the West. Prayer beings the session of parliament in Australia. It’s often heard out
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Fatherhood of God

September 3, 2018 By: Category: Bible Study

Read about the father in Luke 15:11-20. What observations can you make about this father? Are there any aspects of this father that are transferrable to fatherhood today? In our society today, the role of fatherhood & respect for fathers are under serious threat. Discuss: Why is this so? Where do we get our understanding
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Is The Resurrection Of Jesus The Best April Fools Joke?

April 3, 2018 By: Category: Bible Study

1. Do you think that people often separate the real world (history, sciences, etc.) from the “religious world” (thinking it’s based upon pure subjectivity)? Have you had any experiences of this with people? How did you interact with them? 2. If you had to say why you thought Jesus has been raised from the dead,
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Cross In My Pocket

March 2, 2018 By: Category: Special

I carry a cross in my pocket, A simple reminder to me That I am a Christian, No matter where I may be. This little cross isn’t magic, Nor is it a good luck charm. It isn’t meant to protect me From every physical harm. It’s not for identification For all the world to see.
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God Known Though Jacob

December 6, 2017 By: Category: Bible Study

What do you think of when you hear about the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob? What does this mean? Look up 1 Corinthians 1:27–29. How does God work in history? What are his principles? How could this help us understand why God chose Jacob, not Esau? Why is it important to us as individuals
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Unpacking The Reformation: Solus Christus

October 30, 2017 By: Category: Bible Study

The Catholic church at the time of the Reformation required that common church members put their faith implicitly in the church’s teachings, and that the church was the means by which people come into a right relationship with God. Does the wider church today still do something like this? Does mission work sometimes portray this
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