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The Entrance Luke 4:38–41 Senior Pastor Matthew St. John

Pastor Matthew St. John || January 10, 2016

Senior Associate Pastor Paul Schoolmeesters

Executive Assistant, Sue Johnson 763-536-3235 [email protected]

Children’s Ministries Jake Miller

Administrative Assistant, Randi Soderstrom 763-536-3240 [email protected]

Global Ministries Herb Janes

Assistant, Kendre Pust 763-971-5107 [email protected]

Student Ministries Jeremy Deck

Administrative Assistant, Tracy Maas 763-971-5106 [email protected]

Worship Music & Celebration Arts and Tech Support Ministries Jeff McCourt Assistant, Peggy McCourt 763-536-3266 [email protected]

Young Adults Ministries Dayton Dodge

Administrative Assistant, Jennifer Stahl 763-536-3227 [email protected]

Community Outreach Cassie Davison Bair

Administrative Assistant, Sherry Olson 763-533-5887 [email protected]

Life Groups & Latino Ministries Pablo Cachon

Administrative Assistant, Xochitl Cachon 763-533-5887 [email protected]

Women’s Ministries Andrea Tyson

Administrative Assistant, Kristi Johnson 763-536-3203 [email protected]

Care Ministries Ryan Fair

Care Coordinator, Mary Reilly 763-971-5123 [email protected]

Disability Ministry George Reilly

763-971-5117 [email protected]

Elder Leadership Team Ken Brown Mike Brown Paul Davis Derrick Grow Chris Haskett Jerry Hoffman David Quon Rich Russell Jot Turner Jeff Westman Ken Wright

discussion questions 1. If Jesus came over to your house, what would you be most eager to show him? In what aspect of your home life would you desire that he bring healing? 2. Read Isaiah 61:1–2. Then turn to Luke 4 and read verses 16–21 and 31–37. What connections can you make between Isaiah’s prophecy about the Messiah and how Jesus began to fulfill it in Luke chapter 4? 3. Tell of a time when you sensed the power and presence of Jesus in a normal, regular, routine part of your life.

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4. In what ways should Jesus’ example of touching people who were unclean and broken make a difference in our lives?

Sunday Worship Gatherings

5. In this passage there are “well people” who appealed to Jesus on behalf of the sick. Who in your life right now is experiencing physical sickness, spiritual brokenness, or emotional unhealthiness? Share together and then spend some time as a group or with a friend “appealing to Jesus on their behalf.” Message notes are available at Next Week HOME Series: Authority to Forgive, Luke 5:17–26, Pastor Matthew St. John • 763-533-2449 main campus: 4225 gettysburg ave. n. • new hope, mn 55428 extended campus: 4741 zealand ave. n. • new hope, mn 55428 hopebridge center: 4217 boone ave. n. • new hope, mn 55428

8:00am Heritage 9:30am Contemporary 11:00am Contemporary 5:30pm Fusion