Video Sermons

Online Worship Service 3/29/20

Opening Discussion Questions:

  • Do you like or not like storms?  Why or why not?
  • What is the worst storm you ever remember?
  • Can you sleep through a storm?
  • How does your relationship with God change in the midst of the storm?

Read Luke 8:22-25

Vs. 23 – When Jesus fell asleep… Sleeping peacefully can be an indication of trust in the power of God to protect one from harm.

Psalm 4:8  In peace, I will lie down and sleep, for You alone, LORD, make me dwell in safety.

Vs. 23 – A Squall… The sea of Galilee was a deep, freshwater lake, 13 miles long and 8 miles wide.  It was pear-shaped and ringed by mountains, though open at its north and south ends.  Fierce winds often blew into this bowl-shaped lake, creating savage and unpredictable storms.

Vs. 24 – Master… This was a common term of address for a rabbi.  We’re going to drown! As their later response indicates, they had no expectation that He would have any power over the storm. They simply expected Him to help bail out the boat since it was being swamped. All was calm. The picture is that of a sudden, unexplainable calmness replacing what, minutes before, had been a life-threating storm. 

Study Questions for Discussion:

  • If you had been in the boat when it seemed to be sinking what would you have said?
  • Why did the disciples awaken Jesus?
  • What was the tone in Jesus’ voice when He said, “where is your faith”?
  • When a crisis situation comes up, do we expect Jesus to answer our prayers? 
  • When we pray about the coronavirus what do we expect Jesus to do, or not do, in response to our prayers?
  • If we cried out to Jesus and asked Him to help us against this COVID-19 and later today the news began to broadcast that they had found a cure that worked every time administered, would we give credit to Jesus or science?  
  • If we cried out to Jesus and asked Him to help us against this COVID-19 and later today the news began to broadcast that virus had just immediately died all over the world, would we give credit to Jesus then?

Questions for Application:

  • What are you going through now that would cause Jesus to question your faith?
  • What PRACTICAL things would God have you do during this coronavirus storm? 
  • What steps are you going to take to be PRAYERFUL during this coronavirus storm?
  • How or to whom are you going to PROCLAIM Jesus to during this coronavirus storm?

Prayer of Commitment…

Lord, help us to trust You when the storms come.  Give us the peace that comes with Your presence. Also, Lord, help us to know how and when to be practical, prayerful, and boldness to proclaim You to others.  In Jesus’ name, we pray.   Amen.

Worship Songs

Children’s Superchurch 3/29/20

Link to craft:

https://www.daniellesplace.com/html/bible-crafts-jesus-calms-the-storm.html

Online Worship Service 3/22/20

Opening Discussion Questions:

  1. When you were a kid, were you ever afraid of the dark?
  2. When you were a kid, If the dark didn’t scare you, what did?
  3. Now that you are older, what scares you?

Read: Luke 8:16, Matthew 5:14-16, John 8:12, Romans 12:1-2

Study Questions for Discussion:

  1. According to Jesus, what is not done with a lamp?  What is done with a lamp?
  2. How does hiding our light affect the glory of God?
  3. What does this have to do with Romans 12:1-2?

Video of Jonathan Cahn Questions

  1. Has the culture been moving closer or further away from God?
  2. Do you feel a need to have revival in the United States?  Why? Or Why not?
  3. Is there a pattern given in the Bible history demonstrating God’s display of judgment? God’s grace?
  4. What was this video calling us to do?  How would see one going about doing that?

Questions for Application:

  1. How can you let the light of Jesus shine into the darkness?
  2. While this Coronavirus has people separated physically, how can you let the light of Jesus shine through you?
  3. What steps can you take to help yourself, others, the united states participate in the return to Jesus through revival?  What does repenting have to do with this?  How would this relate to letting your light shine?

Prayer of Commitment:

Lord Jesus, we ask you to forgive us, cleanse us, and be our Lord.  And we ask you to empower us with your Spirit to serve You.  Work in us and work through us that your Light would shine through our good deeds that You Lord would be glorified!  Have mercy on us Lord and heal our land.  Thank you for Your love, grace and mercy that You pour out on us.  We love You Jesus and give You praise, in Jesus name we pray.  Amen!

Sermon 3/15/20

Sermon questions to think about/ discuss:

  1. What is the lesson in the parable of the sower?
  2. In the explanation to the disciples, what is the seed? The field? The soil? The farmer?
  3. Spiritually, what kind of yield is God getting out of your life?
  4. What is it going to take to bring in a better crop in your life spiritually?

Prayer: “Lord, help me to rid my life of obstacles that would hinder You from yielding a great crop. Help me to have a noble and good heart to hear Your word, retain it, and produce a good crop. Amen.

SuperChurch Lesson 3/15/20

Craft idea for home

https://www.123homeschool4me.com/lost-sheep-parable_81/