Easter is the celebration of all celebrations! Jesus Christ has conquered sin and death and is raised to life. The resurrection of Jesus is not some legend that has been passed down through the ages meant to give us an excuse for another holiday. In Easter we see the bedrock of our hope—the event on which we base our faith and future. Put your faith in Jesus and because He lives, you too will live forever! It wasn’t a club or a creed that emboldened the disciples following Jesus’ death; it was an event. What was that event and its effect? Read Acts 4:33 and 2 Peter 1:16. Why might the resurrection be considered the single most important event in human history? How does Jesus’ resurrection relate to others? Read a few passages for reminders: 1 Corinthians 15:17, John 14:19, John 6:40. Sometimes, thinking about the afterlife can seem uncomfortable. God tells us that we long to live forever (Ecclesiastes 3:11). What are your thoughts about being resurrected living forever in a perfect, pain-free existence? Read the account of Jesus’ interaction with the woman at the well (John 4:1-26). What is “living water” and what does it mean that she would “never thirst” (v. 13-14)? In what ways are you like the woman at the well? Who is Jesus to you? How does the reality of His resurrection help you live and help prepare you for eternity? Have you believed in Him for the forgiveness of your sins and His offer of eternal life? (John 5:24)

We Love Others

Loving God completely influences us to love other people. Loving other people sounds like a good idea but can become difficult and complicated. What does it look like when we love other people extravagantly? Read Matthew 22:37-40. How would loving God completely...

We Love Each Other

When we love each other, life certainly changes for the better. But, loving people and receiving love from others can be complicated and risky. This essential quality is what Jesus identified as a distinguishing marker of our identity in him. What would LifePoint...

We Love God

Jesus calls us to be a unique people in his church. When our character is shaped by God’s love for us, our lives will become shaped by our love for God and for others. We take our first step to discovering how “We” is greater than “Me” by loving God. What does it look...

Small Beginnings

All of our new beginnings grow from a previous ending. As we close the books on 2022 and write the first lines of our story in a new year, let’s consider one essential question to guide our thoughts and actions. Read Ezra chapter 3 along with Zechariah 4:10, what do...

Light of Joy

The wise men followed the light of a star toward Jesus. Have you ever wondered how they decided to make that long journey following light from a star and who these wise men were? Maybe you have more in common with them than you realize. How could responding to God’s...