Category Archives: Weekly Readings

October 1: God’s Name and Moses’ Call

Discussion Questions Why were you given the name you have? What do you think of “I Am” as God’s name? Why do you think Moses keeps offering excuses? When have you offered an excuse to God? Acting on the Word … Continue reading

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September 24: Jacob’s Dream

  September 17, 2017:  Jacob’s Dream   Discussion Questions Describe a significant or memorable dream; what do you think it means? When have you unexpectedly discovered God’s presence? How has God used others to bless you? How has God used … Continue reading

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September 3, 2017:  On Christian Conduct

  Discussion Questions Do you have rules or guidelines for living? Is so, how did you develop them? How does your faith in Jesus affect your day to day choices and conduct?   Acting on the Word At least one … Continue reading

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August 27, 2017:  Power to Resist Evil

August 27, 2017:  Power to Resist Evil   Discussion Questions How would you define evil? When have you experienced evil, injustice, or oppression in your life? When is a time you have resisted evil, injustice, or oppression? When is a … Continue reading

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August 20, 2017:  One in Christ: Faith and Race

Discussion Questions What is your first memory of encountering someone of a different race or ethnicity? How do you feel when you hear stories of discrimination? Have you heard others make racist jokes or comments?  How have you responded?   … Continue reading

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July 30: Called to be Faithful

July 30, 2017:  Called to be Faithful   Discussion Questions How do you respond when others don’t believe you? Do you get discouraged when your attempts to invite people to worship or to share your faith seem to have little … Continue reading

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Called to Suffer

July 9, 2017:  Called to Suffer  (Called to Suffer not in the sense that God causes suffering or wants people to suffer.  Rather, that following the call often results in others who reject Jesus persecuting followers and causing suffering.  Christians … Continue reading

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