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Hilltop 2×2

Weekly Question & Challenge

Group questions to encourage you on your journey.

Sunday, November 18th

Read

Hebrews 2:1-4

Question

As you look back over your life in the past year, do you see a consistent pattern of spiritual growth, or, being completely honest with yourself, are you in the same place spiritually that you were at this same time last year?

Question

The writer of Hebrews challenges us to be very careful to pay attention to the voice of God in His word. What are the distractions in your life that keep you from being an intentional listener?

Challenge

Determine this week to begin to remove those things that keep you distracted and intentionally begin to cultivate time with God.

Looking to Join a 2×2 Group?

 

Hilltop 2×2 groups consist of 2-4 people who team up with other Christians for a weekly gathering around a spiritual conversation provided by Pastor Ben.

 

Prayerfully consider starting a 2×2 group with those you know.  Contact Troy Ogle (248-348-7600 or togle@hilltopnaz.org) to register your group.

Family 2 x 2

Great conversation starters to use with your family!

Our Children’s curriculum lines up with the weekly message received during our Worship Service. The Family 2 x 2 helps you discuss each week’s message with your children.

Sunday, November 18th

Read

Luke 18:22 out loud as a family.

Question

Have you ever wanted something really badly, but then you found out it would take some work to get it?

Question

What is something in life you think is worth working for?

Family Challenge

Try to find a way to be generous without looking for anything in return; not even a “thank you.”