Below the "discussion questions" you will find a list of all our

Small Groups, and additional information.

Discussion Questions

June 26, 2022

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Small Group Questions


  • We (1) celebrated the end of Roe vs. Wade. We (2) touched on that there is only one right religion that is based on what you do with Christ. We (3) analyzed Jesus' claim to be God. We (4) discussed God’s coming judgment. Each of these are loaded with cultural landmines. What is the most difficult topic for you? Why? Where do you need to grow in order to be able to understand and discuss with others?
  • Agree or Disagree: Jesus is the fulcrum on which everyone’s eternal destiny hinges.
  • On a scale of 1-10, how marvelous is it that Jesus has come early to make you his friend before he is your judge? On a scale of 1-10, how horrifying would it be if Jesus was not your friend, but your judge?


  • Repent of any self-righteousness that would make us not listen or respond to Jesus’ words.


  • Read John 5:18-30. How direct is Jesus?
  • What issue(s) does Jesus force his audience to consider in this passage? (Examples: The authority of his word. His claim to deity.)
  • Can you honor God while disregarding Jesus? Why or why not?
  • How was your view of Jesus elevated?
  • How was your view of Jesus challenged?
  • According to John 5:21-23, what proof exists that Jesus is God?
  • According to John 5:24, what is Jesus analysis of humanity? What did you learn about mankind? From what natural state does man start? How does that challenge the predominate worldview that everyone is neutral?
  • Why is it a consolation for Christians that Jesus Christ is the Judge of mankind?
  • Why is it a cause of concern for non-Christians that Jesus Christ is the Judge of mankind?
  • According to John 5:29, does Jesus teach that we are saved by our works/good deeds? What is the relationship of faith and works?


  • What was something new that you have learned?
  • What was something you knew, but needed to be reminded?
  • Even though people see Christianity as narrow, why is the exclusivity of Christ (Jesus is the only way) not intolerant or narrow? Are you confident in why the exclusivity of Christ matters? Why do you think people today are so insistent that are religions are equal?
  • Even though people want to deny a final judgment (probably preferring annihilation—death is just the end), why does God’s final judgment help make better sense of this fallen world? Can you imagine why it might be good to believe in a final judgment day? How does God’s final judgment help make sense of injustice and suffering? When people get rid of the idea of judgment and hell to make God more loving, do you think they actually make him less loving? Why or why not?
  • Even though the world often says, “Surely all good, decent people can find God and go to heaven.” How would you respond based on John 5? What’s wrong with this statement?


"And they devoted themselves to the apostles' teaching and the fellowship, to the breaking of bread and the prayers." Acts 2:42


Fellowship isn't just something we do on Sunday mornings. It's gathering together in various groups to discuss Scripture, enjoy each others' company, support each other, share meals, and pray with and for one another. And while we do these things in many ways in our whole-church Sunday gatherings, meeting together through the week in smaller groups allows us to do this in a more intimate setting, allowing us to grow deeper in our relationships with each other and with God.

If you would like to know more about the small groups, please feel free to contact the leaders directly, or you can talk to a pastor or elder, a person who attends a group, or someone in the office.


Below please find a list of current small groups and their leaders.  Please contact the church office if you would like more information 603.783.4045.

  • Sharon & Dan DeHart

    Sundays 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm

    Time of Prayer

    FCBC, Loudon, New Hampshire

  • Sue & Doug Chamberlin

    Tuesdays 9:30 am to 11:00 am

    FCBC, Loudon, New Hampshire

  • Kim & Tim Brown

    Fridays 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm

    Sanbornton, New Hampshire   

  • Dede & Rich Planchet

    Wednesdays 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm

    Loudon, New Hampshire

  • Kathleen & Bill Allen

    Wednesdays 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm

    58 Hilltop Drive, Loudon, NH

    (603) 571-1381

  • College Age / Young Adult

    Jennie & Eric Steinhauser

    This small group meets in Concord for seniors in high school to age 25. We spend time in prayer and in Bible study, digging into God’s Word and encouraging one another to pursue Christ throughout the week.

    Thursdays 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm

    11 Horseshoe Pond Lane, Concord, New Hampshire

    (603) 226-0739