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1 Peter 2:9-10
1 Peter 2:9-10
March 28th, 2021
As we wrap up our mini-series on how we can relearn to "walk" as the local church, we examine how the community of the local church was designed to be a missional community. While presuppositions regarding "evangelism" may come to mind when you hear the term "missional," the reality of what it means to be a missional community is much deepers. In our missional calling we see and experience the culminating aspect of our purpose as humans and a church: to experience, enjoy, and proclaim the glory of God.
Do you tend to live your Christian life with an "I need to..." or an "I get to..." attitude?
How does meditating on the reality of your identity in Christ help to change this?
What about the nature of God's glory should help us see the proclamation of the gospel less as a chore and more as an incredible privilege and joy?
To whatever extent you are tired and discouraged in this season, how might God still be wanting to work through your season of weakness?
Scott serves the church by overseeing leadership, development, global ministries, and counseling/discipleship.
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