Revived Imaginations

June 5, 2022

In light of this week’s message, we encourage you to consider these questions and dig in a little deeper with your personal study, with your family, or with your small group.

1) If there was a song to describe your life, what is it and why?

2) What does Ephesians 2:1-10 teach us about God’s character?

3) In Ephesians, Paul, speaks to both Jews and Gentiles using a collective “ya’ll”. How does it change your understanding of this text from personal responsibility to communal responsibility?

4)  Paul acknowledges that we were bound for death, but God made us alive. We have all experienced but God  moments in our life. Take time to reflect and share a but God moment with your group?

5) Theologian Christopher Wright notes, “It is not so much the case that God has a mission for his church in the world, as that God has a church for his mission in the world. Mission was not made for the church; the church was made for mission – God’s mission”

     • What do you sense the Lord is already doing in your community?

     • How can you and/or your small group join God in what he is already         doing in your community?

     • What would this work require from you as an individual? What would         this work require from your family?

     • What are some challenges to saying yes to the good work God has            prepared for the church to do?

     • What are some opportunities to saying yes to the good work God.              has prepared for the church to do?

     • Why is unity essential for God’s mission?