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Sunday Worship Services
10:30am – Morning Worship
5:30pm – Evening Worship (at St. Paul's Lutheran, 604 Pitt St. Mt. Pleasant)
Church Address
Moultrie Middle School
654 Coleman Boulevard
Mt. Pleasant, SC 29464
 

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Sermon Discussion Questions: 1 Peter 4:12-13 & Exodus 20:1-6

Discussion Questions for personal devotion and family worship - week of January 19 From "Christian Suffering": 1 Peter 4:12-13 What are the responses that Christians should not have to suffering? Why?Pastor Jon mentioned “actively resting” in the grace of God. Why is “actively resting” not a contradiction? What does it look like to “actively...

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Sermon Discussion Questions: 1 Corinthians 11:23-24 & Exodus 20:1-3

Discussion Questions for personal devotion and family worship - week of January 12 From "Given for You": 1 Corinthians 11:23-24 How are disciples made? What does Acts 2:42 have to do with this?What does it mean that the Lord’s Supper is a means of grace?What did Pastor Jon mean when he said that the means of grace are “objective”?Why is it important to ...

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Sermon Discussion Questions: Luke 2:22-40 & Philippians 3:1-11

Discussion Questions for personal devotion and family worship - week of January 5 From "Simeon's Nunc Dimittis: Beholding the Promised One": Luke 2:22-40 Why did Joseph and Mary take Jesus to the temple?What is the ceremonial law? Why is it no longer in force?We learned that Joseph and Mary were poor – why is this significant?Why were Simeon and Anna at the temple?...

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Sermon Discussion Questions: Luke 1:39-56 & Deuteronomy 5:1-6

Discussion Questions for personal devotion and family worship - week of December 1st From "Mary's Magnificat: A Song of Praise to God": Luke 1:39-56 1. What are the reasons that Christ is precious to Christians?2. According to Andrew Gray, what is the proper response to Christ? Why?3. Why is Christ the only way to have peace with God?4. What truth did Elizabeth confess w...

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Sermon Discussion Questions: Luke 1:57-80 & Philippians 3:1-11

Discussion Questions for personal devotion and family worship - week of December 15th From "The Glorious Sunrise of God's Tender Mercy, Pt. II": Luke 1:57-80 1. Pastor Jon taught that we should come to the preaching of God's Word with expectation. What sort of expectation should that be? Why?2. Was Zechariah focusing on his subjective feelings or an objective truth? Why ...

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Sermon Discussion Questions: Luke 1:57-80

Discussion Questions for personal devotion and family worship - week of December 8th From "Jesus Christ: The Glorious Sunrise of God's Tender Mercy, Pt. I": Luke 1:57-80 1. In his introduction, Pastor Jon pointed out that God didn't "ask permission" from Mary, Elizabeth, or Zechariah. Why is this an important truth to note? How does it apply to us today?2. Pastor Jon als...

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Sermon Discussion Questions: Luke 1:26-38 & Philippians 2:19-30

Discussion Questions for personal devotion and family worship - week of November 17th From "The Glorious Annunciation": Luke 1:26-38 1. Why did Pastor Jon call Gabriel's visit to Mary "surprising"?2. Why was Mary "greatly troubled" at Gabriel's announcement (v. 29)?3. What is the significance of the name "Jesus"? How does this name relate to God's past covenant promises?...

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Sermon Discussion Questions: Luke 1:5-25 & Philippians 2:14-18

Discussion Questions for personal devotion and family worship - week of November 17th From "Gabriel's Announcement: Elizabeth Shall Bear a Son": Luke 1:5-25 1. How does the historical context (the history of Israel and the 400 years of silence) help us understand the momentous nature of the angel's appearance?2. How does Zechariah initially respond to Gabriel? What shoul...

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Sermon Discussion Questions: Luke 1:1-4 & Philippians 2:12-13

Discussion Questions for personal devotion and family worship - week of November 10th From "An Introduction to Luke's Gospel Narrative, Part II": Luke 1:1-4 1. How does Luke's introduction help distinguish Christianity from other religions?2. What is the significance of Apostolic, eye-witness testimony for our Christian faith?3. Pastor Jon taught that Scripture is 1) Nec...

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Sermon Discussion Questions: Luke 1:1-4 & Philippians 2:5-11

Discussion Questions for personal devotion and family worship - week of November 3rd From "An Introduction to Luke's Gospel Narrative, Part I": Luke 1:1-4 1. What is the significance of Luke saying that the things in his account have been "accomplished"?2. Why is it important that Christianity is based in history?'3. What do we know about Luke, the author, and how does t...

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