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Small group discussion guide
Discussion groups might wish to prepare their own topics, request topics from the group, use the following suggested topics, or mix and match all three.
1. Why should we include the Father and the Holy Spirit in our worship?
2. How does Trinitarian worship enrich our relationship with God?
3. Why is a proper Christ-centered focus Trinitarian?
4. How has God completed his work of salvation in the person of Jesus Christ?
5. How does our response to God come from God himself?
6. Have your prayerful laments ever been “transformed from despair to hope”?
7. What are your thoughts on how God relates to the “unbelieving” world?
8. How does “restored glory” stimulate us toward joyful and thankful worship?
A few simple guidelines for leading a discussion: 1) Encourage open discussion. 2) Ask questions relevant to the topic. 3) Listen attentively. 4) Encourage divergent views. 5) Encourage everyone to participate. 6) Summarize and paraphrase. 7) Minimize teaching and preaching.
Introduction: This edition of You’re Included comes to you from the city of St. Andrews, Scotland. The University of St. Andrews, founded in 1413, is the oldest university in Scotland and one of the oldest in the English-speaking world. In its 600-year history, the university has established a reputation as one of Europe’s leading centers for teaching and research. St. Mary’s College, the university’s divinity school, was founded in 1539. The school is still housed in its original 16th-century buildings. Join us now in St. Mary’s College Hall as J.