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The Aroma of Grace Luke 7:36–50 Senior Pastor Matthew St. John

Pastor Matthew St. John || February 7, 2016

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

Senior Associate Pastor Paul Schoolmeesters

Executive Assistant, Jess Giah 763-536-3275 [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

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discussion questions 1. Can you share of a time when you experienced complete and utter relief because something painful in your life was resolved in a life-giving way? How did you celebrate this relief? 2. Luke 7:50 shows that it’s not the woman’s contrition or act of service that brings forgiveness into her life, but her “faith” has saved her. She received forgiveness of sins by trusting Jesus which prompted her response of love. To what extent have you wrestled with your own sin and willingly asked for and received forgiveness from Jesus Christ? What might keep you from pursuing that forgiveness right now? 3. As you thoughtfully consider the parable of the two debtors (Luke 7:41–43), with whom do you most identify? Why is that and in what way does that influence the extent of your love toward God, yourself and others?

February 7, 2016

4. The women’s expression of love toward Jesus underscores the intentionality, cost and vulnerability of authentic worship. Process and then share how her actions before Jesus will transform your worship of God. 5. Simon the Pharisee seems to scorn Jesus for associating with the sinful woman and yet his association allowed her to receive from him life-changing forgiveness. With whom ought you associate so as to express the gospel in a meaningful and genuine way? Message notes are available at tinyurl.com/nhcnotes. Next Week HOME: Don’t Be Afraid, Just Believe, Luke 8:40–56, Pastor Matthew St. John

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