We all wrestle with questions about who Jesus is.
This weekend at Eastbrook we begin a new series where we explore what it means that Jesus is the way, the truth, and the life (John 14:6). The series is entitled “3 Questions We All Have About Jesus,” and is an opportunity for us to engage with deep questions we have about Jesus and what He might mean to us.
Throughout this series, we want to hear from you. What are the questions you have about Jesus? You can post a question here in the comments section of my blog, drop a question on our Facebook page, or email us directly.
April 11/12 – “Is Jesus Really the Only Way?”
April 18/19 – “Is Jesus Really the Source of Truth?”
April 25/26 – “Does Jesus Really Gives Us Life?”
You can follow along with the series via our web-site, our Vimeo page, or by downloading the Eastbrook Church app.
So, I am looking for your feedback on the topic of relationships, including friendships, dating, marriage, parent/child relationships, and more.
How would you answer these questions?:
- What is one thing you wish the church would address about relationships?
- What are your biggest questions about relationships?
- Where do you struggle most in relationships?
This coming weekend at Eastbrook Church, we are beginning a new series on the Holy Spirit. I have a question for you as we do that:
what are your questions about the Holy Spirit?
Post anything you’d like here and I’ll hope to address those questions throughout this series.
Here are the discussion questions that accompany my message at Eastbrook Church this past weekend, “Glimpses of Glory,” from Mark 9:2-13.
- When was a time where you powerfully encountered God’s presence in your life? What happened? How did you know it was God?
- Our Scripture passage this week is Mark 9:2-13. Whether you are alone or with a small group, read these verses out loud. Ask God to speak to you as you continue the study.
- There is some debate about exactly where this event happened. Tradition associates it with Mt. Tabor (southwest of the Sea of Galilee), while some Bible scholars think the location may have been Mt. Hermon (northeast of the Sea of Galilee) or Mt. Meron (northwest of the Sea of Galilee). What is clear is that the location of the ‘mountaintop’ is critical. There are likely echoes of Moses experience at Mt. Sinai during the Exodus. Take a moment to compare Mark 9:2-13 with Exodus 19:16-20 and 24:15-18.Read More »
Here are the discussion questions that accompany my message at Eastbrook Church this past weekend, “Who Do You Say I Am?,” from Mark 8:27-30.
1. This week, we are looking at a short yet profound portion of Scripture: Mark 8:27-30. Whether you are alone or with a small group, read these verses out loud. Ask God to speak to you as you continue the study.
2. Throughout Mark’s Gospel there are all sorts of titles given to Jesus. Take some time to look through the following passages in the first chapter of Mark’s gospel to write down different names or titles given to Jesus:Read More »