Title: Filling the Open Chair
Text: Luke 14:15-24

What are the attitudes we should have when inviting people to the feast in God’s kingdom?

Perspective Questions:

  1. What kinds of excuses do people  usually make when rejecting God’s invitation to the heavenly banquet? Why do you think they make such excuses? What do you think are their concerns or fears behind the excuses?

Application Questions:

  1. Like the servant in the parable, we may face rejections when we invite people to know the love of Jesus. How can we still be relentless in inviting people?

  2. What are some concerns or fears that may be holding us back from calling people to the heavenly feast? How can we go all out to persuade people to participate in God’s great banquet?

God has planned a great celebration in His Kingdom for all and He has put us in-charge of the invitations!
Learn how we can make space in our hearts and life groups for more people to experience God.

Just as how Jesus sent His disciples to preach the Gospel, He is sending us out to our schools and neighbourhoods. Learn how we can make a lasting impact in the community God has placed us in!

What do charts and graphs have to do with seasons?

This Sunday morning, Pastor Daniel Wee from Church Of Our Saviour shared some statistics about the Singapore church, and what it tells us about the season that the church is in. The time is now to preach the gospel in Singapore and reach the unreached. It may seem like a daunting task, but we remember the heart of our God for His people.

And we go forth, together ❤️‍🔥

Just as how Jesus sent His disciples to preach the Gospel, He is sending us out to our schools and neighbourhoods. Learn how we can make a lasting impact in the community God has placed us in!

Jesus began his parable, “A farmer went out to sow his seed…” He went on to describe four different types of soils that the seeds fell on, yielding different outcomes. Learn from Jesus’ parable about the conditions of human hearts, and how this Christmas, we can sow with faith and reap with joy.

Jesus began his parable, “A farmer went out to sow his seed…” He went on to describe four different types of soils that the seeds fell on, yielding different outcomes. Learn from Jesus’ parable about the conditions of human hearts, and how this Christmas, we can sow with faith and reap with joy.

The unreached and unengaged people groups are within our neighbourhoods. Will you open your hearts and eyes to these groups of people?

Title: Look Far – God’s Heart for the Nations
Series: Neighbours to Nations
Text: Revelation 5:9-10

God’s heart is for people of all nations to come into a faith relationship with Him. How can we participate in this global purpose of God?

General Questions:

  1. Have you been involved in global missions in any way, either long or short term, directly or indirectly? What are your experiences like? What motivates you to want to be involved in missions?

Perspective Questions:

  1. If not for missionaries who took the step of faith to come to Singapore since the 1800s, Christianity would not have reached and stayed on Singapore’s shores. What should our response be to God who placed a tiny country like Singapore into the hearts of many of His faithful followers, such that they would leave their homelands and travel round the globe to share the love of Jesus with the people here? What can we learn from their examples?

  2. What are some fears or concerns that believers may have that hinder them from getting involved in missions?

  3. The missions field is full of happy stories of people coming to know God and also sad tales of people rejecting or leaving God. How does knowing that God is on the throne (Rev 5:1) help us to face the triumphs and tragedies we see on the missions field?

Application Questions:

  1. What are various ways you and your LG can be involved in missions? What are the practical steps that you want to take to prepare yourself or start to get involved? 

God has a great purpose for us on earth; one that includes nothing less than the world. Discover how God’s heart for all people will impact the way we respond to individuals who look, talk and live differently from us.