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Dinner Conversation Gone Awry Luke 11:37–54 Senior Pastor Matthew St. John

Pastor Matthew St. John || February 28, 2016

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

Senior Associate Pastor Paul Schoolmeesters

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Children’s Ministries Jake Miller

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Global Ministries Herb Janes

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Student Ministries Jeremy Deck

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Worship Arts Jeff McCourt

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Young Adults Ministries Dayton Dodge

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Community Outreach Cassie Davison Bair

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Life Groups & Latino Ministries Pablo Cachon

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Women’s Ministries Andrea Tyson

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Care Ministries Ryan Fair

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Disability Ministry George Reilly

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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. Have you witnessed a situation similar to Luke 11:37–54 where things got awkward at a social gathering? Why do you think Jesus risked creating tension? 2. What connection do you see between Luke 11:42, 1 Timothy 1:5 and 1 Corinthians 13:3? How can we ensure that our teaching and our giving is motivated out of and expressed in love? 3. Read Mark 10:35–45. How does this passage relate to the critiques that Jesus gives the Pharisees at the dinner party?

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4. What do you think Jesus meant when he said that the Pharisees prevented people from experiencing God by not being willing to experience God for themselves (Luke 11:52)? Does this still happen today? 5. It has been said that disciple-making is moving towards Jesus and taking others with you. What does it look like to bring others with you? Have you ever caught yourself instructing others to move towards Jesus only to find that you weren’t taking your own advice? Message notes are available at Next Week HOME: Parable of Two Sons, Luke 15:11–32, Pastor Paul Schoolmeesters

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