Easter Sunday – Jesus: Life Changer – Discussion questions

  1. Reflecting on the sermon’s exploration of Romans 6, how do we understand the concept of being “buried with him by baptism into death” (Romans 6:4) in our own lives? What practical steps can we take to walk in this “new way of life”?
  2. In the sermon, we heard about various individuals, both biblical and modern, who experienced transformation through faith in Jesus. Can you share a personal story or the story of someone you know whose life has been transformed by faith? How does this compare to the experiences of Paul (Acts 9:1-19) or the Ethiopian eunuch (Acts 8:26-40)?
  3. The sermon introduced us to T-Face, a character symbolizing new life in Christ (Trust, Freedom, Alive, Church, Eternity). In what ways can visual representations, such as T-Face, help us remember and internalize spiritual truths? Are there any symbols or practices that have helped reinforce your faith journey?
  4. Trust was a central theme in the sermon, with Jesus being highlighted as the ultimate promise keeper. How does the truth of Jesus’s resurrection (1 Corinthians 15:3-8) challenge or encourage your own trust in Him?
  5. Considering the sermon’s emphasis on the integrity of faith, how can we, as believers, model the trustworthiness of Jesus in our daily lives? What are some practical ways we can live out truths such as those found in Titus 2:7-8?
  6. The sermon touched on the idea that true freedom comes through Christ’s victory over sin and death. How does Romans 6:6-7 (“our old self was crucified with him… so that we would no longer be slaves to sin”) impact your understanding of spiritual freedom?
  7. As we contemplate the new life offered through Jesus’s resurrection, what does Romans 6:11 (“So you also must consider yourselves dead to sin and alive to God in Christ Jesus.”) mean to you personally? How does this verse shape the way you view your identity in Christ?
  8. In light of the sermon’s message on life change, what steps can we take to support one another in our spiritual transformations? How can we foster a community that reflects the values and principles taught in Romans 6 within our own church or fellowship group?
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