SAVE THE DATE: MORE & BETTER WORKSHOP II ON SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12

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Last year, Lighthouse presented the first in a series of workshops focused on its purpose to be a Christ-centered community, reaching out every day to make more and better disciples. This time, Pastors Art and Tony will lead a workshop focused on disciplining and hot topics.

Have you thought about what you would do as a home group leader in a situation if a difficult subject came up, and you really don’t know how to handle it? As a learning group instructor, how would you handle the topic of evolution? As a fun group facilitator, would you be prepared to talk about Christianity and the LGBTQ community?

Maybe you would have no idea what to say – no knowledge base at all about the topic. Or maybe you have some knowledge about the topic, but don’t know how to communicate about it. Whether a subject is hot, cold or lukewarm there is an approach to take that will help you help your disciplee move ahead spiritually. And it won’t be based primarily on your extensive knowledge base, but on your ability to have a good spiritual discussion as a spiritual friend. More & Better II will help you learn how to handle conversations around hot topics with those you are discipling.

The workshop takes place on Saturday, November 12 from 9 a.m. to 11:15 a.m. Childcare for infants through kindergarten is available with pre-registration. Sign up today by clicking the following link: http://lighthousehome.org/component/content/article/38-next-steps/130-discipleship

October Sermon Discussion Questions

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A new home group season means a new round of sermon discussion questions. The October sermon discussion questions are available by clicking on this link and also in the documents section of this blog. Download the pdf document and print it out for your home group. You can discuss the week’s sermon after it’s given, or, some groups prefer to discuss the scripture and questions before the sermon is given. Do what works best for your group.

If you have any questions, feel free to email me or comment below. Happy Fall!