Setting the Stage

• May 8th, 2018
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You Can Overcome This

• May 1st, 2018
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You Can Live Like Jesus

• April 24th, 2018
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You Can Be Holy

• April 17th, 2018
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You Can Have Hope.

• April 16th, 2018
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We Are Bound Together By Love

• March 27th, 2018
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We All Do Our Part

• March 27th, 2018
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We Take Communion Together

• March 13th, 2018

Main Point: Christ’s table unites us with our Savior and our sisters and brothers in God’s family. We approach it carefully, hopefully, and gratefully.

Takeaway: Christ’s table represents the extraordinary measures God took to rescue us from the power of Satan, sin, and death. Having tasted God’s grace, we leave as free, empowered people — representatives of the Cross.

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Discussion Questions

  1. Describe some of your best and worst social dining experiences. What made them enjoyable or uncomfortable?
  2. Why do you think the early church struggled to share the Lord’s Supper properly? In what ways (if any) do you think the church struggles with Communion now?
  3. What does the concept of “dying to self” mean to you? How would you explain it to a new believer in Christ?
  4. How does regular participation in Communion benefit us, as individual Christ followers, and as a church community?

Table Discussion Question

What are some ways that we can better prepare ourselves to partake of Communion in the right spirit and attitude?

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We Look Out For Each Other

• March 6th, 2018

Main Point: Love for others is the essential ingredient in all we do
Takeaway: Jesus’ love for us and for others needs to be the directional arrow guiding our actions

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DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

  1.  What are some of the “gray areas” you’ve encountered, where you weren’t entirely clear what God would want you to do?
  1.  What criteria have you used to make decisions in those areas where you were free to choose among several options?  Of the criteria discussed in this message, which one do you want to pay more attention to?
  1.  Consider this often spoken line:  “I’m free to do what I want as long as it doesn’t hurt anyone else.”  Given what we’ve discussed in the message, what are your thoughts on that?
  1.  When have you surrendered a “right to act” because it was in the best interest of another?  How did you feel about doing that? What was the result?

Table Discussion Question — What rights did Jesus surrender in order to bring us salvation?  Think of as many as you can.

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We Take Care of Out Marriages

• February 28th, 2018

Main Point: Doing life together means protecting and cultivating strong marriages.
Takeaway: The God who created marriage also shows us how to make it work.
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Discussion Questions:
What is an exceptional marriage relationship that you admire, and maybe even aspire to?

What is it about that relationship that makes it stand out?
Do you believe that marriage is designed to be mutually submissive, or is one spouse more in charge than the other? How does that work out in a practical sense?

How has the proliferation of sex in our culture cheapened it? What can we do to counter that?

If you are married, what does it look like for Northgate to care for and invest in your marriage? If you are not married, how can Northgate care for and invest in you as a single person?

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