Sunday, May 31, 2020

Watch the May 31 2020 here Small-Group Questions Have each person answer – “Looking back over the lastseven days, what is something that has brought you joy orpeace?” Read over Philippians 4:6-9 three times As it is read the second and third time, highlight a word,phrase or sentence that stands out.3) What is the emphasis […]

Sunday, May 24, 2020

Small Group Group Questions For those who were able to watch the interview on Sunday with MCC? Did anything stand out for you. Read 1 Corinthians 12:1-27 What do we learn about Jesus? What do we learn about being the people of God? What is relevant for our moment and circumstances now in time? Take […]

Sunday, May 17, 2020

Small-Group Questions 1. Encourage your small group throughout the week to read Job 29-30  What did God stir in your life this week? 2) Read John 15:7a) How do we abide in Jesus?b) How do we deal with the ‘ask whatever you want’?c) How do we deal with the promise of scripture that ourprayers […]

Sunday, May 10, 2020

Great to have you join us today. We would love to help you more and get to know your story. Take a few minutes to fill out our connection card right now. Listen or watch the sermon www.sixthlinechurch.com/teaching Download sermon notes Small-Group Questions Who have been influencers in your life? Share why and how. Read […]

Sunday, May 3 2020

This weeks teaching continues our series on prayer and fasting. Small Group questions: Have you had any experience with fasting? Share them. Read Matthew 6:16-18; Matthew 9:14-15; Matthew 4:1-2,Acts 13:1-2 What do these passages share about people? What do they share about Jesus and following Him? Why do you think prayer and fasting are connectedtogether? […]

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Small Group Questions What was your experience of prayer growing up? If you could ask Jesus anything about prayer what would itbe? Read Mark 9:14-29 and Nehemiah 1a. What does this passage say about people?b. What does it say about Jesus?c. What does the passage have to say about yourself?d. What does it have to […]