• Genesis 2:18-25

    Kevin Thomspon

    May 3rd, 2015

     

    Discussion Questions

    1. Read Gen. 2:24-25. Do you agree with this statement? "Unless a couple leaves their parents and cleaves to one another, their marriage will be stunted and their relationship will be unhealthy." Why or why not?
    2. In what ways can shame have a negative impact on a marriage?
    3. Why is it important to us to understand God's design for sexual intimacy to happen within our marriage relationship?
    4. How has Jesus' work on the cross and resurrection from the dead impacted shame in our marriage's?

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  • Genesis 2:18-25

    Ed Saucier

    April 26, 2015

     

     

    Discussion Questions

    1. Read Gen. 2:18-25. What does this passage reveal about God’s design for marriage?
    2. How does the passage communicate the equality of man and woman in God’s eyes? How did sin effect what God designed?
    3. How has the cross impacted what sin has damaged in regards to marriage roles (See Ephesians 5:22-28, Col. 3:18-19)? How do these verses communicate the balance of equality and difference between man and woman?
    4. How can followers of Jesus stand on truth and give grace to those who have a different
      understanding of marriage?

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  • Genesis 2:18-25

    Kevin Thompson

    April 19, 2015

     

    Discussion Questions

    1. Genesis 2:18 says, "I will make a helper fit for him." Why is it important to have a proper understanding of the word "helper"?
    2. In what way is it a compliment for a woman to be a helper? (For help, look at how God is described as a helper in Psalm 30:10, 54:4, 118:7, John 14:26
    3. What role does respect play for both men and women as it pertains to be a "helper" in marriage?
    4. How does sin taint our understanding of how a healthy partnership in marriage should operate?
    5. How has the cross given us hope to have a healthy marriage?

     


     

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  • Genesis 2:18-25

    Kevin Thompson

    April 12, 2015

     

    Discussion Questions

    1. Who has most influenced your understanding of what a good marriage should look like? Why?
    2. Read Chapter 2:18. Why was it not good for man to be alone? If you are married, how have you experienced the goodness of the companionship of marriage?
    3. How did the fall of man impact the way that we need to approach marriage? How did it affect the way we should relate to our spouse?
    4. In what way has the work of Jesus on the cross impacted marriage?
    5. How can we as a church/group encourage each other toward having healthier marriages?

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