Good Tidings in Small Group

Good Tidings in Small Group

In my family small group, full of ladies and gentlemen, we had one of the best conversations we’ve ever had. After more than a year, we are getting to know each other in a way that is allowing for us to be vulnerable with each other. We are using Alisa Childers’ new small group study guide and video called “Another Gospel?”

In our study was an inventory on key Christian doctrines. The first question asks “On a scale from 1-10, how equipped are you to deal with assaults on core Christian doctrines?”

1 – I think I’m a Christian, but please don’t ask me any questions.

5 – I know the answers to some things but not to others.

7 – I enjoy conversations about faith. Even if I don’t have all the answers, I love to be challenged to learn more.

10 – I love it when people ask questions and debate because I think I have good answers.

This was only the first question in a long list. We found ourselves sharing about our beliefs and our honest faith questions. This was truly a great way to spend an evening with merry gentlemen and ladies. Christ is our savior and at times we do go astray. Thank God for a small group to be vulnerable with about my faith questions.

Good Tidings of Joy,

Lindsey Ungs
Connection & Communication Architect

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