welcome to midweek!

SCHEDULE: Follow and connect on Instagram Live and Facebook Live (see links below) for live music and prayer from 6:30pm-6:55pm. We will then connect on Zoom for teaching and small groups. Join our gathering HERE on Zoom (this part of the gathering will start close to 7:00pm; if you click on it before the host starts the gathering, don't worry-we will get connected!) or find the link below under the Zoom heading. We are excited to be together!


Instagram

Follow this link to find our page on Instagram (@mergecommunitychurch). By following this link, you will be able to see our posts, but you will not be able to connect with our live gatherings. We encourage you to create a free account to stay connected!


Facebook

Similar to Instagram, following this link will allow you to see our Facebook page and our posts. To be connected as we stream live events, you will want to create a free account and follow our page (@mergecommunitychurch)!


Zoom

If you click the "Zoom" link directly above, you can create a free account on Zoom. You can also download the app and create an account. We will gather here from 7:00pm-8:00pm to connect for live teaching, and then we will continue our gathering in small group discussions! Join our MIDWEEK gathering by clicking HERE!


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Small group questions

May 20, 2020


Take some time to read through the following passages. What stands out to you? What surprises you? What resonates with you?

How would you connect some of the truth in these passages to “hunger?”

 

Proverbs 19:23

The fear of the Lord leads to life; then one rests content, untouched by trouble.

 

John 14:13-14

Jesus answered, “Everyone who drinks this water will be thirsty again, but whoever drinks the water I give them will never thirst. Indeed, the water I give them will become in them a spring of water welling up to eternal life.”

 

Matthew 5:6

Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness, for they will be filled.



If other passages with related themes come to mind, feel free to share them with your group. If you desire, take a moment to search the internet for scripture dealing with "hunger" or "satisfaction."


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When your group is ready, move into some conversation using the following questions as guidelines:

What makes you hungry?

Can you identify if there are certain circumstances or situations that make you hungry?

Why do you think you hunger?

How do you manage a hunger that is leading you down a dangerous path?

How does being hungry lead to positive results in your life?