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The Better Thing Luke 10:38–42 Senior Pastor Matthew St. John

Pastor Matthew St. John || February 21, 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 Arts 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. Tell about a time when you did a good thing with a bad motivation. 2. In Luke 10, Martha is engaged in good and necessary activity. Yet, the position of her heart is called into question by Jesus. Discuss the differences between “good activity” and “good activity flowing out of love.”

February 21, 2016 Sunday Worship Gatherings

3. Have you ever fallen into the trap of comparing yourself to others as you follow and serve Jesus? What are the ungodly motivations underneath this? 4. What do you think it looks like to sit “at the Lord’s feet” as a disciple in 2016? 5. Psalm 84 is a psalm that describes the glories of being in the presence of God—sitting at his feet, in a sense. Read and pray through this psalm together. Message notes are available at Next Week HOME: Dinner Coversation Gone Awry, Luke 11:37–54, 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

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