Jesus on Mission

Jesus on Mission


March 25, 2018



When was a time you or your family went on an adventure? Where did you go? What was it like?



What is something you learned from this sermon?

Gary talked about Jesus’ number one mission in this sermon. What was it? How does knowing Jesus’ main mission make you feel about Him (see Luke 19:10 and Mark 10:45)?

Where in Matthew’s gospel do you see Jesus living out his mission?

Where in Matthew’s gospel do you see people trying to ruin Jesus’ mission?

Gary mentioned, “It’s not that a church has a mission; but that Jesus’ mission has a church.” How does this statement resonate with you?



When was a time you pursued the mission of Jesus or shared your faith with someone? What happened? How did it make you feel?

What do you know about God to be true that you think could help give you courage in sharing your faith?

What are some ways your group can engage non-Christians more effectively together?

What are some ways that you personally can engage with non-Christians?



This week pray for one person you can invite to our Easter services and that you can begin sharing the love of Christ with.



Jesus makes it clear that he is indeed coming back one day to fully make right was in wrong in this world. That is what Jesus accomplishes on the cross. We get the opportunity to partner with God in his mission.  Here are three ways to help get you started:

1.     Visit our Community Finder. This new tool lists all the “connection” opportunities here at the Creek. It has everything from classes to life groups to support and recovery groups. For more information, visit the Community Finder at

2. Come to Easter 2018! We have services on Saturday, March 31 at 3 and 4:30pm and on Sunday, April 1 at 9:15 and 11am. We’d love to see you there!

3. Join us at Welcome to the Creek! This is place where you can find out more information about who we are as a church. This experience occurs the 1st and 3rd weekend of every month in South Room 2 during the 11 o’clock service.