Go To Your Room!

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June 03, 2018

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Western culture is notorious for its "rugged individualism." The trouble is we've ruggedly individualized our faith - trying to work out life's toughest issues. All. By. Ourselves. How could isolation ever be a recipe for authentic Christianity? 

As we gather for weekend worship we'll celebrate the gift of community - moving into our next message in this series...

I ❤️ Family
"Go To Your Room!"

 
 

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Today's Focus

Go To Your Room!

1 Corinthians 1:10-14 &
Matthew 18:20

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SPEAKING OF COMMUNITY - Pastors Chris & Rachel are hosting five life group launches this summer.
Read all about it at ginghamsburg.org/lifegroups.

See this week’s REFOCUS questions for deeper reflection.

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Sermon Questions

REFOCUS QUESTIONS...


Western culture is notorious for its “rugged individualism.” The trouble is we’ve ruggedly individualized our faith – trying to work out life’s toughest issues. All. By. Ourselves. How could isolation ever be a recipe for authentic Christianity?

I ❤️ Family
“Go To Your Room!"


MONDAY: Psalm 142
When have you felt like you were on the outside looking in? Describe that feeling. What factors led to that feeling?

TUESDAY: Matthew 18:20; Exodus 3:14; Mark 8:29
What is the significance of “I Am?” How does this change your perception of Matthew 18:20?

WEDNESDAY: Matthew 18:15-18
What do these verses teach us about dealing with others? How does it teach healthy community?

THURSDAY: 1 Corinthians 1:10-13
Where do you deal with division in your own life? Are their parts of that divisive situation you need to own? How can you begin to rectify it?

FRIDAY: Acts 2:42-47
What kinds of community are you in? How does it make you feel?

SATURDAY: John 17:23
Where is healthy community centered? How can you begin to create that in your own life?

SUNDAY: John 1:5
We all struggle as we work to confess our dark places to the Lord and others. This week and onward, as you work through bringing the truth to light, remember that the light will always overcome the darkness.

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1 Corinthians 1:10-14 & Matthew 18:20

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