10th Sunday after Pentecost

Each week, we provide questions based on last Sunday's sermon. These questions are to encourage you to connect the scriptures to your own life and to invite you to grow deeper in your relationships with others at Faith by discussing the questions together. 

Readings: Romans 9:1-5, Romans 9:2, Matthew 14:13-21

Sermon: We hide our grieving hearts because we think they are empty, but a grieving heart broken in the hands of Christ pours out the power of love's blessings.


1. Who do you know, from your life or from history, whose broken heart has become a source of blessings for others?

2. What does the grief in your heart tell you about who or what you love?

3. How could your broken heart inspire you to bless others so that your love might be alive in them?