Hero Worship! Righteousness means that we are legally declared not only “not guilty,” but to have a positive righteousness. It means that the righteous deeds and character of Jesus are accounted to us. We don’t become righteous by focusing on ourselves, because Jesus became for us . . . righteousness! The attitude of a true hero comes from the understanding that they serve and worship the greatest hero! DISCUSSION QUESTIONS (Psalm 24) 1. What is your most memorable worship ex
What did God say last? Heroes are heroes no matter what they are going through. Each of us have storms and situations in our lives; sometimes of our own doing and sometimes out of nowhere. When those storms come our way do we stop doing what we’re supposed to or do we stay the course and keep being who Jesus has called us to be? DISCUSSION QUESTIONS (Acts 27:13-26) 1. What are some of the storms—literal or figurative—that appeared to create a hopeless situation in your life?
A Heroes view: I am Second! Heroes always place their desires and their needs second. What actually makes superhero’s special is their willingness to give up everything to save those who couldn't save themselves. It was not their super power it was their willingness to put others first. DISCUSSION QUESTIONS (Matthew 20:17-28) 1. How can we make our lives, lives challenged by service? 2. What does putting Jesus first and ourselves second look like? 3. When it comes to opportun
We were created to serve! Heroes come in all shapes and sizes and from all walks of life. There is an overwhelming theme when someone does a heroic act. They say some variation of these words; “I don't think I am a hero, I just wanted to help.” I wonder what it would look like if the church became a group of heroes looking for a place to help? DISCUSSION QUESTIONS (Ephesians 2:8-10, 1 Corinthians 12:12-27) 1. Who is your favorite super hero? Why? 2. What reasons do we give to