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Together@Home – Weekly Discussion Questions for May

Week 1: MAY 2


Peace Making Rocks

Ephesians 2:11-22


  • Paul reminds the Gentile believers to remember that they were once without Christ. Do you remember a time before you were with Christ, or when you were far from him? Why could it be important for us to remember this when we come in to our community?
  • If Christ’s redeeming work includes abolishing hostility between believers and others, where is there hostility in your heart that Christ would abolish?
  • Christ aims to build all people united together in to a living temple where he dwells–how can you pray to seek peaceful unity around you and resist the urges of hostility or “other-ness?”

Week 2: MAY 9


Peace Seeking Ministers of Reconciliation

2 Corinthians 5:14-21


  • What does it mean to be a new creation? Where do you need to know that you are a new creation?
  • God has reconciled us to himself through Christ. What does that mean to you?
  • We are called into a ministry of reconciliation. Who do you see living that out? 
  • Paul says we are ambassadors for Christ, what might the most effective ambassador for Jesus be like?
  • How might we better live out this ministry of reconciliation this week?

Week 3: MAY 16


Seeking Peace is learned and taught

Matthew 28:16-20


  • Who has been influential in your life of faith?
  • What is the invitation you hear in the Great Commission?
  • No one is left out of this commission – doubters and worshippers together. So what does it mean for you to make disciples?

Week 4: MAY 23


Peace seeking companions doing life together

Acts 2:43-47


  • Is this season of the early church something you would have enjoyed being a part of?
  • What attracts you about this group?
  • What would be the hardest part of their “community” for you?
  • What part of the spirit of this season of the early church would you like to see lived out in our church?
  • How can you help make that happen?

Week 5: MAY 30

Multi-Church Worship together.

Ephesians 4:1-6


  • What is a life worthy of the calling? 
  • Which element of that life seems the most difficult to you (vs 2)?
  • In verse 3 Paul calls us to maintain the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace. What is significant about the verb maintain in this verse?
  • Paul lays out 7 things that are singular (one) in verses 4-6. Which one seems most important to you right now? Which “one” feels the most challenging right now?
  • What is one thing you can do this week to maintain the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace?

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