Connect Group Guide

                           Family Matters The Biblical Family

                                Genesis 2:18-25


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Read Genesis 2:18-25, 3:8-10, Ephesians 5:19-33

Preferred Questions: 

*These questions are personal. They target the heart and put healthy responsibility on your group to spend time with God and seek the Lord.

Take turns, Go around and have each person answer all 3 questions.

1. How are you doing spiritually? (SPIRITUALLY!!!)

2. What’s one thing that stuck out to you from Genesis 2:18-25 or in the sermon? Why?

3. What’s one thing (sin) you’re struggling with right now that we can pray for you about? 

Based on what you know about your group, personally decided which would serve them better, meeting together or splitting up.

  • Have READ Genesis 2:18-25
  • Have someone READ Genesis 3:8-10
  • Have someone READ Ephesians 5:19-33

These verses show us the design, the breakdown, the redemption, and the whole goal of Marriage!


For the Singles

Why is it important not to make marriage an idol? Has it been an idol in your own life?

Why is it important to serve God with undivided devotion in your singleness and how can it have its benefits in a unique way that's different from marriage?

For the Married (choose a couple) 

Does your view of marriage align with God’s view of marriage? What are some misconceptions we have in our world concerning the purpose of marriage and how does God’s design change everything!?!?

How have you seen James 4:1-3 prove true in your own marriage? Why does having a biblical view of sin important to have in a marriage? 

Why is the Holy Spirit a necessity to being and becoming the spouse God is calling you to be? Are you pressing into the Spirit daily in your own life?

Is the purpose of your marriage characterized by God’s purpose for it? Or does it have more of a worldly purpose?

For the wives

If your husband described you would he describe you as a suitable helper? A woman who helps him be who God has called him to be?

Have you been the wife that God wants you to be to your spouse?

what is your next step in becoming a biblical spouse?

For the Husbands

If your wife described you would she describe you as a sacrificial leader? A man who leads her toward Jesus?

Have you been the husband that God wants you to be to your spouse?

what is your next step in becoming a biblical spouse?