Sermon Discussion Guide | These questions are based on teaching by Jeremy Gardner (EL) and Bart Stone (WR) on March 5, 2017.
What caught your attention in this message?
Tension | What are some evidences of generational tension that you have seen or experienced?
Theology | God remains the good Father to the generations. Jesus remains the compassionate Savior to the generations. Issachar (Gen 49:14-15) is praised for bridging the generations. How do you view and interact with the generations?
Application | What was your “next step” that you took from the teaching this morning?
Multiply Discussion Guide | We are in week 4/15 in our first LifeGroup semester. Our reading & questions this week are from section 4, chapter 1, entitled: Creation.
What caught your attention in this chapter?
Read Genesis 1–2. As you read, look for elements that will help orient you to the biblical story. Who are we introduced to in this section? What is being emphasized? What seems to be the point? After reading these two chapters, make some notes below.
Take a minute to reflect on what you read in Genesis 1–2. What do God’s actions in this passage reveal about who He is?
How should God’s eternality and power in the creation account affect the way we view and relate to Him?
How should God’s power, authority, and ownership affect the way we view our place in this world?
In your own words, describe why it is significant that God created us “in His image.” How should this affect the way we view ourselves and the people around us?
What can we learn about human beings and their relationship with God and each other by reading Genesis 2?
Take some time to consider the picture of the world presented in Genesis 1–2. Why is this picture so appealing? Which aspects of life in the garden of Eden should we long to see restored in our world?
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