Consider this….

To You, from Pastor Tim Avazian,

Rev. Tim Avazian
Message: “New Year, Fresh Start: God’s Word”
Scripture: Psalm 1 January 17, 2021
Questions to Consider:

  • When you went on a road trip with your family, what
    kept you entertained? Was it singing songs or
    playing car games? Did you read, sleep or just
    keep entertained by watching the scenery?
  •  Read Psalm 1. What observations do you make?
    What descriptive images are used? What type of
    poetic devices are used in this poem? What is
    compared and contrasted in the poem?
  •  Are there “sinners” that you walk with? Is this a
    good or bad thing for your spiritual life? Are there
    some relationships that you should be wary? What
    can you do to make sure these relationships don’t
    “lead you to a path of destruction?”
  •  How are you “velcroed” to God’s Word and God’s
    people? How might you “delight” in the law of the
    Lord? What do you do (or might you do) to
    “meditate” on God’s Word and to be connected with
    God’s people?
  •  What steps can you take this week to be a person
    that delights in God’s Word and is connected to His
    people? Who can hold you accountable to these
Rev. Tim Avazian
Message: “New Year, Fresh Start: New Clothes”
Scripture: Colossians 3:12-17 January 10, 2021


  • Are you a person who tends to keep clothes or do you
    give them away easily?
  • In buying clothes, are you a name brand buyer? A
    bargain hunter? Style conscious? Spouse conscious?
    Or do you really not care what people think about your
  • Read Colossians 3:1-17. What are the observations
    that you make? What might you title this section of
    Paul’s letter to the Colossians?
  • What is the way to a spiritual life? See Colossians 3:1-4
    for clues as to how to be spiritual.
  • What contrasts to do you see between the “clothes” of
    the “earthly nature” (vv. 5-11) and those of “God’s
    chosen people” (vv. 12-17).
  • What do you think it means to “clothe yourself” with the
    characteristics the “new wardrobe?”
  • What is one thing that you can do to fit into the “new
    clothes” of the Christian?
Message: “New Year, Fresh Start”
Scripture: Luke 12:13-21  January 03, 2021
Questions to Consider . . .
  • Who is the storyteller in your family? Or is there someone that you know that always has a good tale to tell?
  • Is there a person you know that lives a life of contentment? What are some of the characteristics of that person?
  • Read Luke 12:13-21. What are the observations that youmake? Who are the different people who are hearing this
    parable being told by Jesus? What might their reactions be to hearing the story?
  • In the parable that Jesus told, what was the rich man trusting in? How did this affect his outlook toward the future? Toward God?
  • Define Biblical contentment. How is it different from the world’s viewpoint of contentment? How is it different from your view point of contentment?
  • What does it meant to be “rich toward God?” What changes in your life should you make so that you living a life that is “rich toward God?”