Talk It Over Questions

Questions to ask around the table to help you discuss the Sunday Message

Talk It Over Questions

Talk It Over 6/9/24

God Has More


1. If you had only one thing you could eat for the rest of your life what would it be & why?


2.What stood out to you in this week’s sermon? What questions or thoughts did it raise in your mind?


3.When you read Matthew 28:18-20 (The Great Commission) what sticks out to you the most? Why?


4.This week Ps Chad told us “God Has More” for us. As we get ready to start a 75 day journey as a church where do you believe God has more for you? 


5.Before the 75 day journey begins we would like to encourage you to ask the Lord, “What area of my life (physical, spiritual, relational, emotional, financial) do I need to focus on”. And as the Lord starts to show you write that down and begin to pray over it. Talk to your Table Group about it.



Ask Your Kids


Matthew 28:18-20


1.What is a disciple? 


2.How can we disciple others? 


3.Who can you tell about Jesus?

Talk It Over 6/2/24

Choose Your Membership


1.What point in this message was most impactful for you? How did this message challenge, change, or affirm your thinking?


2.When you hear the word disciple what do you think of? Do you have to be saved to be a disciple? What would you say is the difference between a church-goer and a disciple of Jesus? What does a disciple’s daily life look like? Give some traits?


3.Pastor ND gave us 4 levels of membership? Where do you find yourself? Non Member, Basic, Standard or Premium? What steps can you take to “upgrade?”


4.What do you think keeps Christians from following Jesus with an “ALL IN” mindset?


5.How are you going to put this message into practice or apply it to your life?


Declaration: As a disciple of Jesus, I declare I will follow His teachings and example every day. I aim to love God fully and to love others as myself. I will pray regularly, help others, and live a life of kindness and humility. I will share the message of Jesus and I will let my life reflect the love and grace of Jesus in everything I do.



Ask Your Kids


1.What is your favorite story about Jesus? 


2. What is one way you can love others well this week? 


3.What is one thing that you learned this week in service?

Talk It Over 5/19/24

My beloved Son


1.What’s one thing you want to do in life but you don’t know where to start?


2.What stood out to you in this week’s sermon? What questions or thoughts did it raise in your mind?


3.What significance does Jesus’ act of prayer during His baptism hold for our understanding of prayer in our own spiritual journeys? How is your prayer life? What keeps most people from praying on a regular basis? What are some specific ways we can overcome those challenges?


4.Read Luke 3:21-22. What happened after Jesus prayed? What role did the Holy Spirit play in the ministry of Jesus? How can we seek to experience the same empowerment (in our day to day lives) by the Holy Spirit that Jesus did in His ministry? How important is the Holy Spirit to our lives as believers?


5.What does it mean today for us to be called “God’s beloved children”, and how does or should this identity shape the way we live our daily lives?


Declaration: As a disciple of Jesus, I declare that God is with me, just like He was with Jesus during His baptism. I know that God's Spirit is here to guide and help me. I am God's beloved child, and this gives me strength and joy. With God's love, I can face anything.


Ask Your Kids


Luke 3:19-38

1. What did the dove represent? 


2. What can we learn from the baptism of Jesus story? 


3. What is one thing that stood out to you about this weeks lesson?

Talk It Over 5/12/24

Give Her The Flowers Now


1.What is your family’s “go to” for Mother’s Day? Do you go out to eat after church? Do you bbq at the house? Moms, what is your favorite (most memorable) all time Mother’s Day gift?


2.What is one thing that God spoke to you in this week’s Mother’s Day message? What was the most impactful?


3.What has been the most challenging thing for you so far in Luke’s Gospel? Why is it challenging and how has that impacted your life?


4.What are you as an individual and as a family doing to “prepare the way” for Jesus?Have you made any changes in your life due to this challenge from John?


5.Read the genealogy from Luke 3:23-38. (Look at Numbers 4:2-3) Do you think there is any significance to the age in which Jesus started his public ministry? Why do you think the Bible takes time to give us genealogies? 



Ask Your Kids


1. What is one thing that stood out from this weeks lesson?


2. Where do you need the Holy Spirit to work in your life today? 


3. Do you need him as a Helper? Convictor? Guide? Teacher? Changer?

Talk It Over 5/5/24

The Call To Authentic Repentance


1.What is your favorite game to play as a family (board game/yard game)?


2. What is one specific thing that God is speaking to you through this study? If you are with a small group, discuss that with one another and pray for one another.


3. Read 2 Corinthians 7:8-11. What is the difference between godly sorrow and worldly sorrow? How is this relevant to John’s teaching in Luke 3?


4. Read Luke 3:10-14. What do you think it looks like to walk daily in “AUTHENTIC repentance” as Pastor Chad spoke about on Sunday? Does the way you live your life show (by your actions) that you have repented? What are the “fruits” of your repentance? Is there an area of your life we could pray for you?


5. Read Luke 3:15-20. How did John characterize or describe the ministry of Jesus? How have you personally seen the Holy Spirit work in an area of your life to make you able to follow Jesus more fully? 


Declaration: As a disciple of Jesus, I declare that I will bear fruits worthy of repentance, abandoning all that hinders my spiritual growth. I choose honesty and integrity in all my dealings, sharing what I have with those in need & I will be content with what I have. I declare to live a life of humility, compassion, and righteousness, reflecting the love and grace of God in all I do.



Ask Your Kids


1. How can we live in a way that reflects Jesus? 


2. What is one way you can love others well this week? 


3. How is what we show on the outside the same or different than what’s on the inside of us?