Living is Christ and dying is gain
Reflections for a Church in Lockdown
Almost two thousand years ago, a man we know as Paul sat down in his prison cell and wrote a short letter to his friends in a place called Philippi. He is writing to say thank you for their love and support. He is writing to encourage them. He is writing most of all because he can’t be there to support them. Paul is in lockdown…
Questions for discussion from Philippians 1:
1. How do you practice the discipline and joy of thanksgiving in your daily life and prayers? How might you grow in this discipline?
2. What have you missed about a regular sharing in the Eucharist during the period of lockdown? What have you learned from this season?
3. How have your values changed and shifted during lockdown? How have you travelled more deeply into Christ?
4. What are the issues facing people in the place where you live? How are the Christians called to be active, engaged citizens for the sake of the kingdom?
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