Hope Community Church
REFUEL Mid-Week Bible Study (November 30th, 2016)
A casual, topical bible study to help "fill up your tank" in the middle of the week. Come as you are and dig deeper into the Word! • Coffee bar at 6:30 in the auditorium • Child Care (ages 6wks-5yrs) & Kids "Mid-Week Mania" (grades K-5th) provided
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  • Hope Community Church
    1240 Jay St, Waterford Twp, MI 48327, USA
    miércoles 7:00 PM
Week: 9
"Who's Job Is It?"
(1 Peter 3:7)

I. Essentials of the model
The three-fold model involves:
A. Consideration
I. Essentials of the model
The three-fold model involves:
A. Consideration
• This occurs when both parties value unity.
• This occurs when both parties believe that diversity enhances unity.
I. Essentials of the model
B. Companionship
I. Essentials of the model
B. Companionship
heirs together = participants in common, co-heirs
• This occurs when both parties value loyalty.
• This occurs when devotion, not duty motivates us.

The same Greek word is used to describe the relationship between:
• Believers and Jesus
I. Essentials of the model
B. Companionship
heirs together = participants in common, co-heirs
• This occurs when both parties value loyalty.
• This occurs when devotion, not duty motivates us.

The same Greek word is used to describe the relationship between:
• Believers and Jesus
• Jews and Gentiles
I. Essentials of the model
B. Companionship
heirs together = participants in common, co-heirs
• This occurs when both parties value loyalty.
• This occurs when devotion, not duty motivates us.

The same Greek word is used to describe the relationship between:
• Believers and Jesus
• Jews and Gentiles
• Fathers and Sons
I. Essentials of the model
C. Christ-likeness
I. Essentials of the model
C. Christ-likeness
• This occurs when both parties value spirituality.
• This occurs when we live life through the lens of service.
II. Enemies of the Model
A. Selfishness
B. Insensitivity
C. Neglect

Summary of people types:
a. I give to get = Manipulation
b. I give if I get = Neglect
c. I don't give, but expect to get = Selfishness
d. I simply give = Love
III. Examples of the model
A. Roles vs. Responsibility (We are responsible to, not for each other.)
B. Preferences vs. Performance (Gifts and abilities help set roles.)
C. Exceptions vs. Excuses (Unity trumps personal achievement every time!)
Wrap up / Homework:
1. Discuss the impact your family history & culture affect how you view roles.
2. List things you do on a regular basis.
3. Mark who you believe should be doing each one.
4. Compare lists and lovingly agree on a course forward.

Next week:
Godly parenting