At Gospel Center, being engaged in a small group is an integral way to become more connected to others. 

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For our current small groups, we ask that attendance is reported each time you meet. 


Sermon questions for Small Groups

Below are discussion questions for each sermon.  These questions are meant to be more discussion and application oriented for small groups.  Please attend Sunday School for more in-depth Bible teaching.  Feel free to pick and choose the questions that will work best for your group.

  • Sunday, Apr 14, 2024 / Acts 1:1-11

    • When someone mentions the Holy Spirit, what image springs into your mind?  A ghost, wind, fire, a force, energy, a feeling, a presence, etc.
    • How is the work of the Holy Spirit related to the Kingdom of God?
    • What does it mean for Christians to be a witness?  See verse 8.
    • What type of power does the Holy Spirit provide?
    • What advice would you give someone who wants to live in the power of the Holy Spirit?
  • Easter, Mar 31, 2024 / Luke 24:1-12+

    • Warm up:  What Easter traditions have you had in the past or present?
    • Discuss:  What "tools" help the following groups move from doubt to faith in the resurrected Jesus: 1) the women, 2) the travelers on the road to Emmaus, and 3) the disciples?
    • Discuss:  In Luke's Gospel Jesus doesn't rise from the dead, He is raised (verse 6 and 7).  The Greek verb tense is passive.  What does this imply?
    • Apply:  How can you engage spiritual seekers in your life with reading the Bible (specifically the Gospels) as a tool to move them from doubt to faith in the living Jesus?
  • Sunday, Mar 17, 2024 / Luke 19:11-27

    • Warm up:  What do you do when you are stuck waiting?  Phone?  Book?  Nap?  etc.?  If a phone, what is your go to app?
    • Discuss:  Is Jesus equally pleased with the two faithful servants, or is the servant who earned 10 minas more faithful than the one who earned 5?
    • Discuss:  Do you think that the wicked servant could be compared to a "lazy" Christian or a "fake" Christian?
    • Apply:  Is there too much wasted time in your life that needs to be redeemed?  Identify that wasted time.
    • Apply:  What would "taking a risk" for God's Kingdom look like in your life?
  • Sunday, Mar 9, 2024 / Luke 19:1-10

    • Warm up:  Tax collectors were considered "the worst of the worst" in ancient Jewish culture.  What groups might make "the worst of the worst" list today?
    • Discuss:  What does repentance look like in Zacchaeus' life and also in life in general?  Will repentance always impact one's money?
    • Discuss:  Jesus summarizes this entire encounter with Zacchaeus with the following: For the Son of Man came to seek and to save the lost.  How is this summary true of Jesus' entire ministry?
    • Apply:  Who's your one?  Who is the one person that you are seeking out for the sake of salvation?
    • Apply:  Jesus intentionally chose to go to Zacchaeus' house.  What can you intentionally do this month to interact with the person you are seeking to lead to the Lord?