Week 2: Mission @ Mt Hermon


Mt. Hermon Mission Statement:  Seeking to G.R.O.W. for the glory of Jesus Christ

Read Proverbs 29:18

1) How dangerous is it to participate in something if you do not know what you are doing?

2) This verse indicates that if people do not have a vision they cast off restraint. How can vision help you live the life that God is calling you to live?


G= Gospel-Centered Daily Living

Read Colossians 1:21-23

1) Once we chose to live our lives very differently. In Christ things have changed and we are called to be different. How has the Gospel of what Jesus has done for you changed the way you daily live you life?

2) What is the potential impact of choosing to live the life that God is calling you to live on a daily basis?


R= Reaching Out to Others

Read Matthew 28:19-20

1) How are you currently obeying the command to go into the world and make disciples?

2) Do you expect that everyone you share God’s love with will automatically want to follow Christ? Be encouraged to faithfully love and reach out to others today and trust God with the results. Sometimes you plant, sometimes you harvest. But God is responsible for the growth!


O= Obediently Following Christ

Read John 15:1-10 (Focus on verse. 10)

1) In what ways have you ignored the call to be obedient to what Jesus is calling you to do?

2) We have problems in this area. Where can we turn to when we have failed to obey Jesus? (Stop and read I John 1:9). After reading that verse trust its truth and go and seek to obey what Jesus says.


W= Worshiping God Together

Read: Hebrews 10:23-25

1) Why is worshiping God so important?

2) How is worshiping God together with other followers of Christ different than worshiping God on your own?

Week 1: Mission of the Church


Read Matthew 21:33-39


1) In this parable Jesus is speaking against the religious leaders. The religious leaders were equipped with all they needed to lead the people of Israel. What types of things got in there way in being faithful to what God was asking them to do?

2) The religious leaders often took advantage of their position for their own benefits. Are there any areas of your life where you are trying to use what God has given you for your own sake instead of for the things He is asking you to do?


Read Matthew 21:40-43


1) What may happen if we continually choose to not do the work that God is calling us to do and produce what God is calling us to produce?

2) In the process of asking ourselves the above question we can not ignore God’s grace, but neither should we continually abuse it. How will you be faithful in the mission that God has given you to accomplish today?


Read Matthew 28:19


1) What are followers of Jesus called to do?

2) Spend some time looking through the New Testament as to what that really means. Is it just converts or does it mean something more?


Read Acts 26:14-18


1)How can we think we are doing what God wants us to do and still miss it?

2) What is the result of continually pushing back against the things that God is calling us to do?


Read 2 Samuel 11:1-5


1) What was the first mistake that David made that led to him putting himself in the scenario where he ended up disobeying God? (Hint it is located in the first verse)

2) Not doing the things that we are supposed to be doing often leads to us getting in trouble. What is God calling you to do today? Be encouraged to be faithful in whatever that is.