Scripture Card Guide for Group Discussion
Summer is here and we continue to live in difficult and unprecedented times. We want to encourage you to take this opportunity to continue to grow in your faith and NOT go it alone! To this end we are encouraging small groups to meet over the summer or for you to gather a few friends or your family to discuss the worship message further. To help you do this, click below on a week for a Scripture Card Guide for Group Discussion. This guide will give step by step instructions to guide vibrant discussion and allow you to grow closer to God and to others. Check out this week's guide and grab a friend to discuss and grow!
10.25.20 Scripture Card Guide for Group Discussion
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Incredible. Is that a description of Easter? Can we possibly believe that the accounts of the resurrection of Jesus are credible? Against all models, against what’s seemingly possible, the answer is yes. And it means that you can experience a truly #InCredibleEaster!
The resurrection of Jesus is central to the Christian faith. 1 Corinthians 15:14 puts it this way, “And if Christ has not been raised, our preaching is useless and so is your faith.” So what do you believe about the resurrection? How does the resurrection of Christ impact your faith? How do historical accounts line up with the accounts of Scripture? Join us on this 4-session journey through the incredible accounts of the resurrection!
What if, when Jesus said: “Love your neighbor as yourself”, He really meant it. That He really meant your neighbors--the people next door to you? And what if, the Apostle Paul was right when he said: “From one man [God] created all the nations throughout the earth...and he determined their boundaries”? What if it isn’t an accident that you live on the street you live? What if God has a reason for putting you in that house or apartment you find yourself in--so that you can love those people right next door and right across the street: your neighbors? Jesus said: “All the Law and the Prophets hang on these two commandments: Love the Lord with all your heart, soul, mind, and strength and love your neighbor as yourself.” What if, this fall, we got better at doing what Jesus says matters most? What if we followed Jesus in loving where we live?
Small Group Leader's Pocket Guide
The goal of this pocket guide is to equip new small group leaders with the tools necessary to create a healthy environment where friendships are made, trust is developed, honest sharing is encouraged, and relationships are built. This guide will serve as a reference for existing leaders in building a community that will deepen people in their faith and lead to real life change. We hope you find this pocket guide for small group leaders helpful and insightful in growing and maintaining a healthy small group.
Multiply Small Group Study Guide
Over the next couple of years, we believe God is calling us to do some extraordinary stuff for His Kingdom as the power of Jesus is unleashed in our lives. In this short, four-week study you will be challenged and encouraged by the call to be generous in your giving. As you work through it, remember that when it comes to giving financially, it's not about what God wants from you, it's what He wants for you: the gift of a deeper faith and trust in His promises to provide.
Devotions for Lent
Jesus’ disciples asked Him to teach them how to pray. He responded with what we now call the Lord’s Prayer. In these words Jesus teaches us about the nature of our heavenly Father, the intimate relationship He desires to have with us, and gives us a model for how to pray.
During the 2018 Lenten season our Sunday sermon series focuses on the Lord’s Prayer. As a companion to the series we’ve prepared this little devotional written by members of the Woodbury Lutheran staff focusing on prayer.
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