Alpha Life

by Mar 18, 2018Sermon

God’s Word makes it clear that orphans are close to His heart. Here at LifePoint, one of the ways our church family cares for orphans is through Alpha Life. We began a partnership with Alpha & Omega and Orphan Outreach to create this orphan ministry in Ukraine called Alpha Life. This weekend is a celebration of what God is doing through this partnership to care for orphans and share the love of Christ with them.

Discussion Questions

Psalm 68:5 calls God the “Father of the fatherless.” How should this impact our faith and everyday lives as believers and followers of Jesus?

One of the things James 1:27 tells believers to do is to care for orphans. What are some ways we can fulfill the call in James 1:27 besides adoption and foster care?

In Romans 8:15-16, Paul tells us that believers are all adopted in to God’s family. How can this reality help us better understand orphans and our connection to them?

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