1. What have you learned as you have watched people that you respect suffer? 2. Look at this passage again. Scripture helps us be steadfast in suffering in different ways. Which ways stand out to you? 3. What are your next steps based on what you seen in this passage?
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Passage: 2 Timothy 3:1-9 Speaker: Mitch Kim Series: Forming Love In A Culture Of Fear Love Distorted This year, the flu has been almost nonexistent. In our vigilant fight against COVID-19, we have not only reduced the spread of this coronavirus but also the spread of the flu virus! While COVID-19 can destroy the body,
1. What insights from this passage are sticking with you? 2. “As we repent, we discover the power of godliness to grow in our knowledge of the truth.” How is this true for you? 3. What steps are you being called to take in response to this passage?
Passage: 2 Timothy 2:22-26 Speaker: Stephen Hong Series: Forming Love In A Culture Of Fear Vessels Of Love Only Jesus Christ can cleanse us from all unrighteousness with His precious blood (1 John 1:9). And He makes us into a holy and an honorable vessel, ready for every good work (2 Tim 2:21). However, with
Passage: John 20 Speaker: Cheryl Baird When God Shows Up In her fear and stress, Mary did not recognize Jesus until He spoke her name. What was it like for the eyewitnesses in John 20 to navigate the reality of the resurrection? How could they absorb the living Jesus when they still felt the trauma
Passage: Mark 16:1-8 Speaker: Mitch Kim The Unfinished Story The gospel of Mark ends on a cliff hanger but fails to provide the next episode. While commissioning witnesses for the resurrection, those witnesses say “nothing to anyone, for they were afraid” (Mark 16:8). The early church was so uncomfortable with the ending, they wrote