June 28 Teaching

Philippians 4:6 -23 – June 28 – Discussion Questions:

  1. What did God stir in your heart as you listened this morning?
  2. Paul encourages you to Pray instead of worry/be anxious.  Does Prayer take away worry? What is your experience with worry and prayer?
  3. What is an opportunity that God gave you to focus on truth, what is right, noble, and pure?  What difference did it make?
  4. Paul talks about contentment with whatever I have.  When do you struggle with contentment or feel discontent?
  5. What has been you biggest take away for the series we just finished in Philippians?
  6. What might you like to see a series on in the future?
  7. What prayer concerns can you share with us this week?

June 21

Philippians 4:1- 5– June 21 – Discussion Questions:

  1. Happy Father’s Day; share a story about your dad that you are remembering today.
  2. What did God stir in your heart as you listened this morning?
  3. A Healthy Church is a Loving Church, is there ever a time when Love becomes to much or unhealthy?
  4. In what areas have you seen the church STAND FIRM in?
  5. A healthy Church is a healing church.  There are so many issues in our church and world today how does a local body decide what to be involved in?  Some people say “we can be all things to all people others that you should do one thing and do it well. Do these statements apply to the church? In what ways?
  6. A healthy church is a Rejoicing Church, What does the church usually rejoice over? Where have you seen Freshstart Church Rejoice?  
  7. Thinking about the week to come, what are some of your thoughts, needs, hopes and prayer requests? 

June 14

Philippians3:12-16– June 14 – Discussion Questions:

  1. What did God stir in your heart as you listened this morning?
  2. Most of us know “We are not there yet” What is God working on in your heart currently?
  3. What caused you this week to lose a Godly Focus?
  4. E. Stanley Jones says, “Your capacity to say NO determines your capacity to say Yes to greater things.” When have you experienced this in your life?
  5. Have you ever been a victim of your past, what did it take to be set free from its control?
  6. Where have you send or been involved in a relentless pressing forward for the Kingdom of God?
  7. How do you assess Maturity in the faith?
  8. Thinking about the week to come, what are some of your thoughts, needs, hopes and prayer requests? 

June 7

Philippians3:1-11– June 7 – Discussion Questions:

  1. What are you Joyful about this week?
  2. What did God stir in your heart as you listened this morning?
  3. What is the difference between these two statements for you?
    1. Don’t worry be happy
    2. Rejoice in the Lord
  4. Scott mentioned there were only 2 religions in the World, the first that emphasis man’s achievement and the second that emphasis God’s accomplishment. Every religion in the world falls into the first category, only Christianity falls into the second category. So, is it possible that Jesus came NOT to start a new religion, but to do away with religion? What are your thoughts about that? What should this mean to us?
  5. Does it matter whether good works are done to be righteous as opposed to flowing from righteousness?
  6. What does continual communion with Jesus look like in your life?
  7. Thinking about the week to come, what are some of your thoughts, needs, hopes and prayer requests? 

May 31

Philippians 2:12-30 – May 31 – Discussion Questions:

  1. What did God stir in your heart as you listened this morning?
  2. In Psalm 139:23-24 psalmist asks God to search his heart and reveal any offensive way that is there.  What has God been showing you about your heart lately? 
  3. Where have you seen the most growth in your spiritual journey lately?
  4. Thinking about the week to come, what are some of your thoughts, needs, hopes and prayer requests?