Monthly Archives: January 2011

CARE Sheet 1/30/11, Philemon 3 of 3

ICE BREAKER What do you think about this guys advice about helping a friend and finding forgiveness? Title: The Accountability Triangle Text: Philemon 18-19; Colossians 4:7-9;  (Supporting texts: James 5:16; Deut. 9:13-20; Numbers 16:45-49) CONNECTING TO THE TEXT: How many … Continue reading

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CARE sheet 1/23/11 Philemon 2 of 3

ICE BREAKER Describe one of the following situations: a. a time when your attempt to reconcile with someone worked. b. a time when your attempt to reconcile with someone didn’t work. Title: Reconciliation at its Most Difficult Hour” – Text: … Continue reading

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Sooo…. Just Think Like a Woman!

Hey T.L.C.C. Ladies, UPDATE: Four Questions to Pray about… What if you really believed God loves you… Could you give everything you do tomorrow back to him as a gift? What if God could use every relationship and experience to … Continue reading

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CARE Sheet 1/16/11 Philemon & Slavery

ICE BREAKER: How have your perspectives of  the national holiday, “Martin Luther King Day” changed since it was first signed into law by President Ronald Reagan in 1983?  How do you think the perspectives of the general public have changed … Continue reading

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CARE Sheet – 1/9/11 Philemon 1 of 3

ICE BREAKER:  Have you ever had someone break into your house, or car and steal something?  How did you react? Title: “Grace at its Finest Hour” Text: Philemon 10,11 CONNECTING TO THE TEXT: 1. Who wrote Philemon?  Where was he? and … Continue reading

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Entitlement…

UPDATED RESOURCES:  It appears this topic is really hitting a nerve in families and in the church.  I have found and would recommend the following resources to be considered by parents and youth/children’s ministers. The Entitlement-Free Child by Karen Deerwester … Continue reading

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