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Moultrie Middle School
654 Coleman Boulevard
Mt. Pleasant, SC 29464

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CCP | Congregational Life Christians were never meant to go at it alone. Indeed, to be united to Christ by faith is to be united to one another in him. The Bible everywhere assumes that God’s people live in community. The theology of the sacraments underscores this point–– we are baptized into one body and commune with one another at the Table (c.f. Eph....

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Sermon Discussion Questions: Sunday, January 31, 2016

Sunday, January 31, 2016: AMLuke 18:1-8 Why is prayer the “life breath” of Christians and the “engine” of the Christian life?How is prayer the fruit of faith?Why should we be steadfast and persevering in prayer?Why is prayer not a right, but a privilege? How is prayer not just a command, but a gift?Why do we often not pray? How can we take steps to...

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Semper Reformanda & Technology

Are you familiar with the latin phrase Semper Reformanda? It originated in the seventeenth-century. A man named Jodocus Van Lodenstein, a key figure in the Dutch Second Reformation, coined the phrase in a devotional that he penned in 1674. The phrase simply means “Reformed and always reforming.” Rightly understood Semper Reformanda encourages churches and indi...

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Sermon Discussion Questions: January 24, 2016

Sunday, January 24, 2016: AMColossians 3:5-11 In vs. 5, Paul says “therefore.” What is it there for, i.e., what truth is he connecting to these verses?What does Paul mean when he says “put to death” what is “earthly” in you?What does he mean by “sexual immorality”?Why does he list covetousness with the other sexual sins?What...

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Sermon Discussion Questions: January 10, 2016

Sunday, January 10, 2016: AMLuke 17:20-37 How has the Kingdom of God already come (i.e., how has it been “inaugurated”)?How is the Kingdom of God present now?How will the Kingdom fully come in the future (i.e., be “consummated”)?Why is it important to know that the Kingdom will come suddenly?How does our understanding of the “already and not ...

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Sermon Discussion Questions: January 3, 2016

Sunday, January 3, 2016: AM2 Peter 3:14-18 What is the “growth imperative” in the Bible?What is the fruit of abiding in Christ?Why is Christian hope a “living hope”?Why does Peter tell Christians to be found without “spot or blemish”?How can Peter tell Christians to pursue holiness without compromising the grace of the Gospel?What are s...

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Sermon Discussion Questions: December 27, 2015

Sunday, December 27, 2015: AMLuke 17:7-19 What is the attitude of faith demonstrated in this text?How should this attitude play itself out in Christians’ lives? How should it be applied in your life?What do we learn about the response of faith from Jesus’ interaction with the lepers?What are the fruits of true faith that we see the Samaritan leper demonstrate?...

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Sermon Discussion Questions: December 20, 2015

Sunday, December 20, 2015: AMRevelation 12:7-17 How does Revelation 12 show the weightiness of the incarnation?Why should Christians be in a wartime mentality?What happens when we neglect to have this wartime mentality?Why is Satan called a deceiver? Why is he called an accuser? How do we experience his deceptions and accusations?Why do Satan’s accusations have no p...

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From Heaven on High I Come to You

From Heaven High I Come to You A young sixteenth-century German Monk named Martin Luther was plagued with a deep sense of his own sin. Darkness prevailed over his soul. He felt no peace or joy in God’s presence. Why? Because he knew that he did not measure up to God’s holy standard. He recognized that his thoughts and ways fell short of God’s glory and t...

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Sermon Discussion Questions: December 13, 2015

Sunday, December 13, 2015: AMRevelation 12:1-6 What is the backdrop to human history?Why is our time called “this present evil age” and “this present darkness”?What is the overall theme of Revelation?What is being represented by the imagery of the woman and the dragon?Why do we have to talk about Satan when we look at the big picture of Christmas?W...

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