Last Sunday at Indian Creek
Nov. 25 - Dec. 1  •  Closing A Chapter

Introduction

We’ve been blessed to have Indian Creek Golf Course as our Sunday gathering home for the last 9 years. But now as God is leading us into a new chapter, it’s time to close this chapter in the life of our church.

Main Point:  To embrace and experience the new, we must let go of the old. 

Discussion Questions

  1. Let’s start with your first moments at RCC. What brought you to Relevant Community Church? How did you hear about RCC? How long ago did you walk through the doors for the first time?

  2. Think for a moment about your life that time. Where were you on your spiritual journey? 

  3. From that time until now, how has God changed and transformed you to who you are today? 

  4. On Sunday, Pastor Ronnie said “For us to experience the power of the new God wants to pour into us, we must let go of some of our old ways.”  Old habits, old sin, old addiction, old wants, old desires, old relationships, and/or old bitterness.  When you think about some old things you are still holding onto, what is keeping you from letting that/those go? Share with the group or another individual. 

  5. As we move into a new chapter as a church, think about the person you want to become. What is a step you can take to move in that direction? 

  6. Now thinking about Relevant Community Church, who do you want us to be? And what is a step you can take to help us get there? 

Next Step Challenge

We are moving into an exciting time as a church.  And God is going to do great things.  But in order for us to experience the new, we have to be willing to let go of the old. So the challenge question for all of us is this: will you let go of the “old” to embrace the “new” God has for you AND us? If so, commit the old to God in prayer.

Key Verse

“And no one pours new wine into old wineskins. Otherwise, the wine will burst the skins, and both the wine and the wineskins will be ruined. No, they pour new wine into new wineskins.” – Mark 2:22

All Other Scripture References:

Mark 2:18-22, 2 Corinthians 5:17