Run It Back

This summer discipleship season, we're diving deeper into our Sunday messages with weekly videos called "Run It Back." Each video, presented by our Sunday speaker, offers an extra thought or deeper insight into the topic covered in service on Sunday, and includes 4-5 discussion questions to nurture meaningful conversations. Press play, share with a friend, and let's grow together this summer!

WEEK THREE

RUN IT BACK VIDEO

Run It Back | Summer 2024 | Week 3

DISCUSSION STARTERS

1. What are your initial thoughts after watching the video?

2. What is the first word that comes to mind when you think of "father"?

3. Have you had an experience when you felt that another person or group of people carried you? How did that change you?

4. How does a person who has a broken image of fatherhood experience healing in this area?

5. Author Henri Nouwen said that God's plan for every prodigal is to one day become a father. What do you think he meant by that?

FULL MESSAGE

Fathers In Demand | Bring The Heat | Pastor Steve Andres

WEEK TWO

RUN IT BACK VIDEO

Run It Back | Summer 2024 | Week 2

DISCUSSION STARTERS

1. What are your initial thoughts after watching the video? What stood out to you?

2. Discuss a personal experience where you felt corrected, conditioned, or completed by God’s word. How did it change you?

3. What role does community play in helping you stay committed to studying and living out God’s word?

4. What are some practical steps you can take to ensure that your priorities align with God's word? How do you handle competing demands for your time?

5. How do you see praise as a natural response to experiencing God’s love and faithfulness? Can you share a moment when you felt compelled to praise God?

FULL MESSAGE

Going All In | Bring the Heat | Shawndra Lucas

WEEK ONE

RUN IT BACK VIDEO

Run It Back | Summer 2024 | Week 1

DISCUSSION STARTERS

1. What are your initial thoughts after watching the video?

2. In what ways does the story of the Prodigal Son paint an accurate picture of the human condition?

3. What does "home" feel like for you? How often do you feel this way?

4. When we are hospitable we are giving people that feeling of "home". Why is this our calling as Jesus followers?

5. How freely do you spend what God has given you to create spaces for people to experience "home"?

FULL MESSAGE

Welcome To Our House | Bring the Heat | Pastor Steve Andres