Reno Church of Christ

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Study/Discussion Questions:

  1. Think of a time when suffering came into your life, someone else's life OR a person in the Bible. Name three practical things others did to help.
  2. Based on your personality (outgoing, quiet, sensitive, stoic) what practical things can you do to help others who are suffering?
  3. List some positive things that can come out of enduring suffering in your life.
  4. What would a "sunshine soldier" look like in the church? What can you do to avoid becoming a "sunshine soldier"?
  5. If God is good, then why is there so much suffering in the world?
  6. How does suffering together and sharing our suffering with others deepen our relationships with them ‚Äčand with God? See 2 Tim. 1:8, Phil. 3:10

Pressure Points: Suffering, It's Not Always Bad

We think of pressure as something to be avoided. We don't like "high pressure" sales-people. We talk about being stressed out by the pressure we feel at work. But pressure can also be a powerful tool. Please join us as we explore this powerful tool.