Every human life matters to God. He cares about each of us—students, single adults or married couples, those who are close to God or far from him. He cares about people, one person at a time. And since every human life matters to God, each one should matter to each of us, too.
Discussion Questions 1. When you think about someone you could invite to church, who comes to mind right away? God might have put that person in your life for a reason. How could a relationship with Christ potentially change that person? 2. Read John 1:43-51. Philip invited Nathanael to “Come and see!” When we love something—like the latest movie in the theaters or a great new restaurant—we tend to tell everyone about it. So why do we, as Christians, tend to shy away from telling others about Christ when it’s the best thing that could ever happen to them? 3. Talk as a group (or with a close friend/relative) about the impact Online Church could potentially have all over the world. Who in your life could really benefit if Online Church was available to them?
Challenge Spend time in prayer this week asking God to give you boldness and courage to invite someone to church. Like Philip, ask them to come and see—and then trust God to do the rest!
Commit to Memory “But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you; and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth.” Acts 1:8