On Sunday, November 6, 2016 at Wildwood Community Church, I preached a message on Romans 15:14-21. This message was part 1 in the Co:Mission sermon series. Below are a set of questions related to the message for personal reflection or group discussion.
- Read Romans 15:14-21
- Does your understanding of theology lead to evangelism? Why or why not?
- What are some of the gracious gifts God has given you related to evangelism? In other words, what relationships or opportunities has God given to you for the purpose of evangelism? What would it look like for you to be bold with those relationships/opportunities?
- Paul comments that God had used him to spread the Gospel from Jerusalem to Illyricum. In 15:19, Paul “mapped his ministry.” Take a moment to “map your ministry” as well. Who is one person in your home, one person in your work/school setting, and one person in your extracurricular activities that God has placed on your heart to share Christ with. Commit to pray for those people and think through what it would look like for you to boldly share Christ with them in the days ahead.
- Any particular applications stand out to you from this passage?
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