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Seeking the Family of God

  1. Am I In Christ?
    7  Digging Deeper
  2. What is the Kingdom of God?
    3  Digging Deeper
  3. What is the Church?
    5  Digging Deeper
  4. Why Are There So Many Different Christian Religions?
    6  Digging Deeper
  5. How Can I Know the Will of God?
    4  Digging Deeper
  6. How Do I Pray?
    5  Digging Deeper
  7. What is Worship?
    6  Digging Deeper
  8. What is the Significance of the Lord’s Supper?
    5  Digging Deeper
  9. How Do I Become Like Christ?
    6  Digging Deeper
  10. What if there is no New Testament Church Near Me?
    5  Digging Deeper
  • Question 01
    After watching this video, how would you define worship to God?
  • Question 02
    What has God done in your life that moves you to worship him?
  • Question 03
    What does worship to God look like in a church that worships like the believers did in New Testament times according to the teachings and pattern established by Jesus and his apostles?
  • Question 04
    What does our personal spiritual worship to God look like when one follows the standard set in the New Testament?
  • Question 05
    How does worshiping with our church family affect our continual daily spiritual worship to God?
  • Question 06
    Why should we worship God? Why should we participate in worship services with our church family? Why should we be in constant spiritual worship to God?
  • Exercise 01
    We worship God because he deserves it, and we need it. We encourage you to attend a worship service. Before the next service, make a list of what God has done for you and why he deserves your worship. After the service is over, write down how worshiping with the church encouraged your spiritual walk and daily worship to God. Then share your experience with your study group. If you need help finding a church of Christ, feel free to contact us at and we can refer you to churches in your area.
  • Exercise 02
    Going to a new church and meeting new people can be intimidating. If you are wanting to visit a church for the first time, a time commitment is needed on your part for truly getting to know people in a congregation. Write down on a card a commitment to spend “x” number of weeks getting to know people at a new church. Share with your group what your commitment is and how it is going.