Fearless Conversation: How Can We Be Fully Faithful When We’re Fully Flawed?
- No experience necessary
- Wednesdays 6:30 – 7:30 PM
- In the Wesley Church Library
- Registration $10
Fearless Conversation is designed to build relationships through authentic discussion. Looking to the Bible for the truth, Fearless Conversation guides participants through grappling questions that dig deep into what God has to say.
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Facilitated by Bob Keiderling, Minister of Discipleship at 610-865-5715 x-11 or email@example.com
What we’ll discuss
Lesson 1: What does it mean that “The Lord looks at the heart?”
1 Samuel 16:1-13. (Samuel anoints David as the future king)
Lesson 2: What do I do when God’s people are enemies of each other?
1 Samuel 18:5-16. (Saul tries to kill David)
Lesson 3: Is it okay to complain to God in prayer?
Psalm 142. (David prays while running from Saul)
Lesson 4: What is God’s role in war and politics?
2 Samuel 5:1-10. (David conquers Jerusalem and consolidates his kingdom)
Lesson 5: Why is God so violent?
Psalm 21. (David rejoices at the establishment of his kingdom in Jerusalem)
Lesson 6: David was a liar, adulterer, and murderer… so why is he a hero of our faith?
2 Samuel 11:1-12:14. (David sins with Bathsheba)
Lesson 7: If God forgives me, then why do I still get punished for my sins?
Psalm 51. (David’s prayer after his sin with Bathsheba is exposed)
Lesson 8: What do I do with my sorrow?
2 Samuel 18:9-19:8. (The awful end of Absalom’s rebellion against David)
Lesson 9: How do I handle betrayal?
Psalm 41. (David’s prayer during Absalom’s rebellion)
Lesson 10: How can I know, and pursue, God’s promise for my family’s future?
1 Chronicles 17:1-15. (God promises that David’s son will build the Temple)
Lesson 11: What’s my story in God’s eyes?
Psalm 30. (David’s testimony in a song of dedication for the Temple)
Lesson 12: What does God want my legacy to be?
1 Chronicles 28:1-20. (David’s last public acts)
Lesson 13: Why does it feel like God sometimes doesn’t keep the promises made in the Bible?
Psalm 1. (Promises for the righteous and the wicked)