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Jan. 13, 2019

“Gibbsville on the Go” – 01/13/2019
Pastor David Krueger
Acts 1:1-11

Small Group Questions

  1. What produced a surge in people coming to faith, sharing their faith and growing their churches, and planting new ones in the book of Acts? (1:1-3)
  2. What kind of power do we receive from the Holy Spirit? (1:8)
  3. Since being a witness is central to the calling of any Christian what keeps so many churches from actually doing this? (1:8)
  4. Think of two or three people in your life that know you well. Have you shared your faith with them? If not, what is keeping you from sharing? (1:8)
"Gibbsville On the Go" by Pastor David Krueger
Jan. 6, 2019

“The Prevailing Church” – 01/06/2019
Pastor David Krueger
Matthew 16:13-18

Small Group Questions

  1. The precautious churh takes all necessary measure against possible danger, harm, or failure. Their motto is, "We have everything to lose and nothing to gain." Why is this unhealthy and why do churches function this way?
  2. If someone asked you, "Who is Jesus?" what would you tell them? (16:15-17)
  3. Why is building the church so important to Jesus? (16:18)
  4. The prevailing church knocks down the Gates of Hades by gaining the advantage, being victorious, effective, lasting, and stronger in the community. How has Gibbsville Reformed Church knocked down the Gates of Hades this past year? What gates need to be knocked down in 2019? (16:18)
"The Prevailing Church" by Pastor David Krueger
Dec. 30, 2018

“The Simple Gospel” – 12/30/2018
Pastor Joseph Arellanes
John 3:14-15

Small Group Questions

  1. If you were to share the gospel with someone, what would you say? What are the key components of the gospel?
  2. Together, discuss why each of these three elements are essential to share: Sin, Christ, and Faith.
  3. Read Numbers 21:4-9, how did Jesus illustrate the gospel through this Old Testament story?
  4. When Nicodemus came to Jesus to talk about spiritual things, Jesus immediately began talking about what it means to be born again or saved (John 3:3). What can we learn from Jesus' approach?