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At Bldg 28 we stress the importance of authentic discipleship, theological accuracy, genuine friendship, and living life on mission together. All of these needs are met through our varied Home Groups.

These groups are the foremost organized vehicle for discipleship, accountability, and connectivity at Bldg 28. Each week individuals from the community of Bldg 28 gather in various locations across our area to grow in their knowledge of the Word, their love for one another, and their fervor to make Christ known. All of these groups seek to intentionally engage our city through ministry to a specific local need.

Home Group Resources

Sermon Questions guide Home Group Leaders in their sermon discussions each week. Questions will be uploaded after the Sunday Morning Worship Time each week. Please check back later for the newest questions.

Specific Questions

Read Psalm 51

  1. What were some of the early choices that David made that made him ripe for falling into sin? What are some of the choices the we often make that can do the same? How are some practical steps that we can take to avoid it?
  2. Do you have someone in your life that would be willing to play the role that the prophet Nathan played in David's life? Are you willing to play that role in another person's life? What kind of relationship needs to be developed for this to benefit you or someone else?
  3. What is the difference between repentance and feeling bad for your sin?
  4. All of us are born with a sin nature, but when we are united to Christ through repentance and faith, we receive a new nature even though we will still battle the fallen remaining flesh within us. How do we know if someone has this new nature, and what is this new nature inclined to do?
  5. Where did David identify the source of his problem in v. 6?
  6. Why is it so difficult for people to "come clean" before God?
  7. In v. 13-14 David identifies what a genuine response to God's forgiving grace looks like. What is he inclined to do after receiving God's forgiveness?

General Questions

  1. What is the primary theme of this passage?
  2. What does this passage reveal to me about the person of God?
  3. How does this passage move me internally (worship) and externally (mission)?
  4. Based on what we have learned, what steps can we put into place to live this out?