Tag: assembly notes

  • Church Notes: How Do We Know We Love Jesus?

    These are my notes for our 5/20/2012 church meeting. Leader: Russ Farmer Assignment How do we know we love Jesus?  How did he instruct us that he would know we love him?  Bring scriptures and we’ll discuss.

  • Church Notes: The Old Testament’s Role for Christians Today

    These are my notes for our 4/8/2012 church meeting. Leader: Raymond Harris Assignment Many Christians think that because God has given us a new and better covenant, there is no practical purpose for the Old Covenant. Based on God’s word, what do you say? Thought question: Does the Old Testament still have authority over our…

  • Church Notes: Strongholds

    These are my notes from our 7/10/2011 church meeting. Leader: Philip Weatherford Assignment Let’s talk about the meaning of the word stronghold, and discuss the effects of physical and mental “strongholds” in our lives that hinder our daily walk with God.

  • Church Notes: Keys to Strong Families

    These are my notes from our 5/1/2011 church meeting. Leader: Tim Harris Assignment Each of us, regardless of our situation, has a role within our family. Be prepared to discuss the following: Describe your current role within your family. What does GOD say about how you are to perform your role? List some keys to…

  • Church Notes: The Importance of Moderation (SPIPS)

    These are my notes from our 4/24/2011 church meeting. Leader: Russ Farmer Assignment SPIPS Our lesson will be all about practicing balance and moderation in our daily lives. Bring your thoughts and scriptures on the following topics: Social – What do you become if you focus on being too social?  Not social enough? Physical –…

  • Church Notes: Keys to Overcoming Disappointment

    These are notes from our 4/10/2011 church meeting. Leader: Tim Harris Assignment What are some keys to dealing with disappointment? We all face situations where people and life events leave us down, disappointed, and depressed. How do you get over those things and move on? Draw from scripture and personal experience.