Welcome To The Witness Stand (11 of 18) by Chris Brown

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Welcome To The Witness Stand (11 of 18)
Series: 1 Peter - Surviving The Storm
Chris Brown
1 Peter 3:13-16

Learning from Peter's perjury:
Mark 14:66-72, Acts 2:14-39, 3:11-26, 4:8-12, 5:29-32

When our lives are on trial:
1 Peter 3:13-16, Luke 9:23-26, Matthew 10:26-33, 2 Timothy 1:7, 2:15

Make sure that Jesus is the center of our life.

There is a HUGE difference between believing in God,
and having a Lord.

Live a life that begs a question.

Give our hope and answer to anyone who asks.

Be prepared
Give reasons
Be personal

Our attitude is just as important as our words.

TAKING IT HOME
Based on this week's sermon and homework, what is the most important thing for you to remember and why?

Communion Option
Communion is an important way we remember all that God has done for us through the sacrifice of his Son on the cross. As we remember Jesus' sacrifice, Communion also becomes a great time to express our thankfulness for all that he's done for us and the hope he gives us. This week you may conclude Growth Group by taking Communion together. To prepare for this, take a moment to read Psalm 103:8-14 and 1 Corinthians 11:23-26, reflecting on the significance of Christ's forgiveness of our sins.

Growth Group Homework

This week is the final meeting of our Winter Quarter. (Note: the Jordan groups are on a different schedule) We'll take a two-week break and then the nine-week Spring Quarter will begin April 6 and run through June 7.

QUICK REVIEW
Looking back at your notes from this week's teaching, was there anything that particularly caught your attention, challenged or confused you?

MY STORY
If a friend who's not a Christian approached you tomorrow and genuinely asked, ''Why are you a Christian?'' what would be your first gut reaction? (Circle any that apply)

Excited
Ready to fire
Eternity is at stake
Panic
Frozen
Going to blow it
Run away
Nervous
Clueless
Denial
Quote entire Bible
Other

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