Bulletins/ Small Group Questions

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  • You know that feeling when you pay cash for a car after haggling? The joy that comes when you pay off your college loan? What about the jubilee that comes when you give through the church app? If not, in this series we will discuss giving and generosity, but not from the perspective of pressure and guilt trips. Instead we will learn to trust God as the true source of all blessings, put God to the test in tithing, advance God’s work every day, and embrace a spirit of contentment in all areas of our life. Join us as we learn how to become rich toward God.

  • You know that feeling when you pay cash for a car after haggling? The joy that comes when you pay off your college loan? What about the jubilee that comes when you give through the church app? If not, in this series we will discuss giving and generosity, but not from the perspective of pressure and guilt trips. Instead we will learn to trust God as the true source of all blessings, put God to the test in tithing, advance God’s work every day, and embrace a spirit of contentment in all areas of our life. Join us as we learn how to become rich toward God.




  • The word advent means the arrival of a notable person, thing, or event. In the weeks leading up to Christmas, we will celebrate the arrival of Jesus coming into the world. But this season isn't only about what happened in the past. As we look to Jesus' birth, we will look ahead to his return, living in between what is and what is yet to be.

  • The word advent means the arrival of a notable person, thing, or event. In the weeks leading up to Christmas, we will celebrate the arrival of Jesus coming into the world. But this season isn't only about what happened in the past. As we look to Jesus' birth, we will look ahead to his return, living in between what is and what is yet to be.

  • The word advent means the arrival of a notable person, thing, or event. In the weeks leading up to Christmas, we will celebrate the arrival of Jesus coming into the world. But this season isn't only about what happened in the past. As we look to Jesus' birth, we will look ahead to his return, living in between what is and what is yet to be.

  • The word advent means the arrival of a notable person, thing, or event. In the weeks leading up to Christmas, we will celebrate the arrival of Jesus coming into the world. But this season isn't only about what happened in the past. As we look to Jesus' birth, we will look ahead to his return, living in between what is and what is yet to be.

  • Haman was driven by a desire to control others and to receive honor. He was blinded by his own

    arrogance and self-importance. But Mordecai refused to bow to anyone except God and allowed

    his circumstances to build his character. Will you be driven by a desire to receive honor or by

    your pursuit of God?

  • Rehoboam sought advice from all the wrong the people and this led to a split within the Kingdom. Josiah sought wisdom from the Word of God. Where will you turn for advice? To friends who tell you what you want to hear or to the Word of God? 

  • Pharaoh had great pride, or “hubris” and it came before his fall. However, Moses was humble and did not think of himself higher than he should. He relied on God for help in his weakness, whereas Pharaoh relied on his own position and power. What type of leader will you be?   

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