Virginia Hills Church
Changed Lives Change Lives: “Making Much of the Mundane”
Join us this Sunday at 9:30 am and 11:00 am as Eric Reploeg preaches on Changed Lives Change Lives: “Making Much of the Mundane”
Locations & Times
  • VA Hills Church
    737 Rockland Rd, Front Royal, VA 22630, USA
    Sunday 9:30 AM, Sunday 11:00 AM
  • Virginia Hills Church
    Sunday 9:30 AM, Sunday 11:00 AM
3 Observations From Titus 2:
1. These behaviors may be our _________ witness.
We need to see the _____________ as an opportunity for God to __________
2. Our most effective testimony happens in the ______________.
If you want to know the health of your faith, look to the ______________: your normal _____________ and your closest ___________________.
God _________ you in the ordinary.
“Miraculous __________ comes through mundane ___________________.”
- JD Greear.
3. These behaviors flow from the ____________.
Works don’t _____________ righteousness, they flow from it.
In order to live out the gospel we need ___________ help.

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Community Group Study Questions:
Spend some time prayerfully answering the following questions
in preparation for this week’s Community Group discussion.

What is something that stood out to you from this week’s sermon? What did you learn that you need to apply?

In light of this passage (Titus 2), what “good works” do you think Paul is referring to in v14?

What are your thoughts on CH Spurgeon’s quote: “I would not give much for your religion unless it can be seen. Lamps do not talk, but they do shine.”
How is it that these “normal” relationships and “ordinary” environments can be where God chooses to reveal Himself, and where He can do His greatest work?
How does your normal routine reveal the health of your faith? How about your closest relationships?

Read comment on John 15:4-5. What does this look like for you in your everyday life?