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We believe that we were created to be in community with others. We are not meant to do life alone. Community groups are a vital way to connect with others. Most of our community groups are discussion-based and revolve around our Sunday teaching, book studies, or various curriculum like Divorce Care, Financial Peace University, and more. If you would like to be a group leader or host please complete this application Be sure to check the blog for resources and questions for your groups.

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Groups Questions for the week of 07/05/15

ICEBREAKER: What is the most important relationship in your life? How do you show its importance? Read Luke 22:15-21 When you read through this account of the LORD’s supper, what elements stand out to you? Why? Why do you think Jesus says, “I have eagerly desired to eat this Passover with you before I suffer?”…

Groups Questions for the week of 06/28/15

Icebreaker: What famous person have people told you that you look like? Read Philippians 2:1-11 How was Jesus like a servant? What did he do to show that he was a servant to humankind? Why do we look more like Jesus when we are serving? What kinds of things do people do out of “selfish…

Groups Questions for the Week of 06/14/15

Groups Questions Icebreaker: Who is someone that you love having conversations with? Why? Read Colossians 4:2-6 In advancing the gospel, what role is played by prayer? How do watchfulness, thankfulness, wise actions, graceful talk and “salty” talk help advance the gospel? What has helped you grow in your prayer life? What obstacles to prayer do you…

Groups Questions for the week of 06/07/15

Groups Questions Icebreaker: What is or was your favorite job? Why? Read Colossians 3:22-4:1 Paul commands slaves to obey their masters and work with all their hearts.  Why is this command so important? How does the command to work with all our hearts play out in our jobs?  What keeps us from working this way? Paul’s…

Groups Questions for the week of 4/19/15

Groups Questions Icebreaker: Tells us about something for which you are thankful. Read Colossians 1:3-8 What is Paul thankful for? Why is hearing about Jesus’ work in someone else’s life so encouraging? What does Paul mean when he says the gospel is bearing fruit?  Do you see the gospel bearing fruit in your own life? How…