THIS IS US: ALL IN

THIS IS US

July 02, 2017

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The early Church was birthed out of a "picnic theology" - gathering for meals and sharing the good news of their Spirit-fueled lives. We're thinking summer may be the best time to take back the simply contagious gospel of good news: THIS IS US... so much better together!

Join us this weekend at any of our Ginghamsburg campuses for a taste of true community - faith and life shared together in the best of ways. ALL IN!

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ALL IN

Acts 2:2-12


Part One:

        Banana Pudding Disasters

 


Part Two:

  • ALL IN for WONDER

 

  • ALL IN for the PROMISES:
    • He will give you a COMFORTER - John 14:16
    • You will receive POWER... - Acts 1:8
    • You will do even GREATER THINGS ... - Acts 1:8
    • ...you will continue to BEAR MUCH FRUIT. - John 15:5
    • I will NOT LEAVE YOU... - John 14:18
    • ...you will remain in my LOVE... - John 15:10

 

 

  • ALL IN for new POWER
    • II Chronicles 7:14

Part Three:

         Go BIG or Go home!
         (that time I almost bought the Upper Room...)

 

 

See this week’s REFOCUS questions for deeper reflection.

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THIS IS US

REFOCUS QUESTIONS...

The early Church was birthed out of a “picnic theology” – gathering for meals and sharing the good news of their Spirit-fueled lives. We’re thinking summer may be the best time to take back the simply contagious gospel of good news: THIS IS US... so much better together!

MONDAY: Mark 14:12-26
The Last Supper gives us a picture of life with Jesus and his disciples. How do you do meals with friends and family? What wisdom have you learned over a dinner table?

TUESDAY: Jeremiah 29:1-14
What questions do you have about your future? How do they look in the light of God's promises?

WEDNESDAY: Proverbs 3:1-10
What does it mean to trust in God? Are you willing to trust him not just for the ordinary but the extraordinary?

THURSDAY: Acts 4:12
Just as Jesus’ work did not stop at the cross, our work is not yet finished. What tasks do you have before you? Do you think they are from God?

FRIDAY: Acts 2:1-13
The apostles were bewildered, amazed and perplexed at the power of God in the upper room. How has the power of God been poured into you? How do you see that power play out in your life and the lives of others?

SATURDAY: Acts 2:38-39
What other promises has God made to you? When have you felt the presence of the Holy Spirit?

SUNDAY: Ephesians 2:10
You were created for amazing things. What is your next step with God? Are you all in?

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Acts 2:2-12

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