Whether Jesus was speaking to large crowds or small groups, He made sure everyone was clear on what it meant to follow Him. Jesus is not looking for fans. He is looking for followers. Followers who understand that...
...There is no forgiveness without repentance.
...There is no salvation without surrender.
...There is no life without death.
...There is no believing without following.
Join us this fall as we spend 7 weeks seeking to understand what it truly means to follow Jesus. Our goal is that by the end of this series you will know: Who God Is, What He Means To You, and What It Looks Like To Be His Follower.
Sunday, September 16th
Sunday, September 23rd
Sunday, September 30th (Communion)
Sunday, October 7th (Connection Lunch Following The Service)
Sunday, October 14th
Sunday, October 21st
Sunday, October 28th (Communion)
Sunday, November 4th (Sermon On The Mount Sunday) (Connection Lunch)
As a congregation, we want to go through the book, Not A Fan together. We encourage EVERY member of your family to get a copy at our Welcome Center (cost is $5 per family whether you need one book or multiple copies!). To help you, here is our suggested reading schedule for this series.
WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU! Have stories about what God is doing in your life through this series? Email us your story at: email@example.com or talk to one of the staff!
"23 Then he said to them all: “Whoever wants to be my disciple must deny themselves and take up their cross daily and follow me." Luke 9:23
Read Luke 9:57-62
Read Luke 14:25-35
Read Matthew 13:44-46
What does it mean to be a follower of Jesus?
For what do you sacrifice your money? (Matthew 6:19-24)
When you experience pain, heartache, and suffering, where do you go or turn for comfort? (Psalm 46:1-3)
What excessively disappoints or over frustrates you? (Psalm 34:18)
What is it that gets your truly excited? (I Samuel 1:1-20, 2:1-10)
On page 64, Kyle states, “When Jesus explains that He will not share your affection or devotion, He isn’t just saying how He wants to be loved by you; He is making it clear how much He loves you.” As you think about His love for you and your love for Him, is He one of many, or your one and only? Explain.
We want to hear from you! Have stories about what God is doing in your life through this series? Email us your story at: firstname.lastname@example.org or talk to one of the staff!