10.13.20 Feed

10.13.20 Feed

FEEDING OTHERS

We hope these first few weeks of the Ashworth Feed have delivered content to encourage and challenge you in your walk with Jesus. But beyond giving you different angles to consider as you grow in your faith, we hope some of these articles might allow you to step into a spiritual conversation with a co-worker, friend, or family member.

Despite what you may think, most people aren’t hostile to Christian beliefs, they just never think about the things we do. And in fact, most people are open to having a spiritual conversation if you ask questions and engage them in their thoughts rather than just telling them what you believe. So this week, we challenge you to listen to the Spirit of God and have the courage to SAY YES if he prods you to step into a spiritual conversation with somebody else. Get out of the boat and watch God show up!


Image: Illustration by Rick Szuecs / Source images: Envato

POLITICAL RIPTIDES RIP US APART

Christ’s followers tread dangerous waters when trying to navigate America’s socio political currents. Yet, religious undercurrent mandates we stay calm and not panic as cultural oceans roil. This week’s news article encourages you to evaluate how you tie your political ideology to your religious beliefs. Read More


Lead, leadership, leader

3 QUESTIONS TO BE A BETTER LEADER

This article may be written for pastors, but these 3 questions apply to leaders in business, social organizations, and even parents who are responsible for leading their families. Consider how you might be able to improve your leadership over those God has entrusted to your leadership. Read More


FROM THE ARCHIVES

Saying Yes to God can be terrifying, but failing to do so might leave you to miss out on the adventure of your life. See how Moses saying Yes to God at the burning bush transformed both his life and human history.
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New Song on Sundays


MESSAGE DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

We hope the message from each Sunday sticks with you beyond the Sunday morning worship service. Take a moment to consider the questions below, and even better, talk to somebody (who attends the church or doesn’t) about them.

  1. How risk averse are you? What do you think contributes to this?
  2. Of the list of obstacles that hold us back from exercising our faith, what one or two are the greatest obstacles for you?
  3. Is there something you feel God is calling you to do now? If so, what is it? What could cause you to hesitate or say no?

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