This summer we are slowly walking through Romans 8 during our Sunday gatherings.

Romans 8 is considered one of the most important sections in the New Testament as it helps us understand what’s underneath the transformation and freedom that comes with life in Christ and the power of his Holy Spirit.

HOW CAN YOU GET THE MOST OUT OF ROMANS 8 THIS SUMMER?

LISTEN => Join us every Sunday to engage our teaching through a small part of Romans 8.  Five different teachers will speak during this series. Catch up on iTunes or Vimeo.

READ => Commit to reading Romans 8 slowly at least once a week; meditate on the text from Sunday’s teaching daily.  Pray and journal through it on your own (or look for guided prayer, Wednesdays on Facebook)

DISCUSS => Use our discussion guide (below) tied to each section/message to dig deeper and apply. Invite a few friends to meet up weekly or periodically to grow together – outdoors, online, indoors – whatever works. You can even use the guide on your own. Check back weekly for a new uploaded guides below.

Pray that each of us will make room for the work of the Holy Spirit
through a slow immersion in this significant piece of scripture.
How might you and I grow and live differently by Labour Day?

WEEK 1:  Romans 8: 1-4  – No Condemnation – David Manafo (July 4, 2021)

WEEK 2:  Romans 8: 5-8 Mindset – Chris McGregor (July 11, 2021)

WEEK 3:  Romans 8: 9-11 – The Spirit in Us – Nathan Whatley (July 18, 2021)

WEEK 4:  Romans 8: 11-13 – Inspired Intentionality – David Manafo (July 25, 2021)

WEEK 5:  Romans 8: 14-17 – Inspired Identity – David Manafo (August 1, 2021)

WEEK 6:  Romans 8: 18-25 – Horizon of Hope – Barry Whatley (August 8, 2021)

WEEK 7:  Romans 8: 26-27 – Closing the Gap with Prayer – David Manafo (August 15, 2021)

WEEK 8:  Romans 8: 28-30 – A Reflection on Grief and Hope – Jon Waind (August 22, 2021)

WEEK 9:  Romans 8: 31-39 – God is For Us, For Good – David Manafo (August 29, 2021)

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