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Belonging 5/19/19

Pastor Josh preaches on Romans 16:1-16 in our “Blueprint” series.

1. How is our deepest and truest sense of identity formed and in what is it found?

2. What does the ending of Paul’s letter to the church in Rome reveal about the nature of the Church?

3. How can we create a place of belonging where people also experience transformation in Christ?

4. In what ways can you help to pursue this initiative here at Bellefield?

Our Vision 5/12/19

Pastor Josh preaches on 1 Peter 4:7-11, in the first of our short series on “Blueprint: The Church God is Calling Us To Be”

 

1. What does Peter mean when he says that “the end of all things is near”?

2. Why are our ‘vision verbs’ so important?

3. How have you seen these things happening at Bellefield? How can you help these things to happen?

4. Why must we be clear about our ultimate purpose in the things we do? What are the dangers from losing sight of this?

So, Now What? 5/5/19

Dave Moore, one of the Elders here at Bellefield, preaches on Luke 5:11-32

1. What do you really think about the outcome of this story?
2. Remember the context: what is each listener walking away thinking?
3. What does tomorrow look like for the younger son?

For Us, Jesus Lives 4/28/19

Pastor Josh continues his sermons on “For Us” with scripture from Hebrews 7:23-27

1. How did the work of the Old Testament priests point ahead to the priestly work of Jesus?

2. How does Jesus “make intercession” for us?

3. Why can we rest in the finished and ongoing work of Jesus for us?

4. How does the truth that Jesus lived, died, was raised, and lives for us change the way that we worship and live?

Easter Sunday 4/21/19

Pastor Josh preaches on Easter Sunday. “For Us, Jesus was Raised”

 

Good Friday 4/19/19

Dr. Jeff Nine preaches on Good Friday.

Maundy Thursday 4/18/19

Rev. Dr. Rodger Woodworth preaches on Maundy Thursday

For Us, Jesus Died 4/14/19

Pastor Josh preaches on 1 Peter 2:21-25

1. How is the idea of substitution related to the sacrifices of the Old Testament?

2. How did these sacrifices point ahead to the one true and sufficient sacrifice of Jesus Christ?

3. How does the death of Jesus Christ reveal the justice and mercy of God?

4. What do you find most comforting about the concept that Jesus died for us? What do you find most challenging about this?

For Us, Jesus Lived 04/07/19

Pastor Josh began our new sermon series with John 1:1-5.

1. Why must a righteous life be lived in order to receive the blessings of God?

2. Why must someone other than us live that life for us?

3. How can Jesus live this life in a way that no one else could?

4. What changes when we know that Jesus’ active obedience is credited to our account?

Remember (and Do Not Forget) 3/31/19

For University Sunday we had college students preach at each of our services. Zach Fritts preached on Deuteronomy 4:9-20 at our morning services.

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