Walking Justly!, Nov. 26-Dec. 2

Isaiah 1:4, 21-23; 3:14-15; 58:6-7

Discussion Questions

  1. What is the relationship between right worship and just relationships? How might this principle be lived out in your life?
  2. Define the two crisis categories: relief & rehabilitation? Where do you see these being used appropriately? Inappropriately?
  3. Define development? Where are you using development principles in walking with others?
  4. Where have you seen relief or rehabilitation used in situations calling for development?
  5. Why is paternalism so damaging? Where is it easy to fall into this practice?
  6. How should we walk with fellow image bearers of God in a dignified way? What is the core goal?


Right Worship or Just Relationships?

Material God                   God-complexes                      Feelings of                             Harm to Both

Definition             +         of Materially                       Inferiority of          =            Materially Poor

of Poverty                         Non-Poor                                Materially Poor                     and Non-Poor

Principles and Practices for walking with low-income people




Paternalism – habitually doing for others what they are able and responsibility to do for


The goal is restored Image Bearers using their gifts, abilities, and capacity to steward

their lives, in order to bring glory to God.

What’s Happening

Holiday Helps 2017

Adopt an angel from the trees in the lobby.

Wells of Joy

Sponsor a child from the angel trees or online anytime.

Run High School Conference

Join us for a weekend of fun, games, and amazing teaching from our speaker, Jon Ewton! We’ll stay at the church, spending time in God’s Word, deepening relationships, and making new ones.


New Believer’s Class

Our next New Believer’s Class for Children will be Sunday, Dec. 10, 11:20 – 12:05 pm in Room 170. This class is for any child who has professed faith in Christ and would like to know what’s next.

Life Group 101

Life Groups are a central part of Christ Fellowship and we’re always looking for the next generation of leaders. Interested in becoming one of them? Join us Dec. 2 for LG101, a crash course in Life Group leadership! Email Tracie Ewing at tewing@CFhome.org to learn more.


If you’ve accepted Christ and are ready to take the next step of baptism on Sunday, Dec. 17, register on your Connect Card or online. Join us for rehearsal on Monday, Dec. 11 at 7 pm in Room 206. Email us at baptism@CFhome.org.

Childcare Workers Needed

Childcare workers needed.  We’re looking for fun and energetic childcare workers to help out two Monday mornings every month.  It’s paid, fast-paced, and your own children get to stay for free!  Interested?  Contact Heather at hmclaughlin@CFhome.org

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