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April 21st

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We are the church, wherever we gather. Right now, we're meeting in person and live streaming here on Sundays. If you are not yet comfortable meeting in person, we encourage you to watch online with family and friends! 

Sundays at 9:00 and 10:30am 

Here’s a weekly way to connect with your Ethos family.  Watch live on Sundays - YouTube or Facebook. Then, use this guide to discuss with your group and teach your kids.

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On The Table // God’s Vision of Sexuality - Part One

On The Table // God’s Vision of Sexuality - Part One

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April 21st

Each Sunday that you come together with your Community Group, we encourage you to spend time centering on

God’s presence through worship, learning from the scriptures, praying, and just spending time together. 

Up to date message slides will be available by the following Monday Morning.

Community Guide

TAKEAWAY: Social sexuality and genital sexuality are different aspects of our sexuality that need to be understood separately.

HEAD CHANGE: The true desire of our souls is to be fully known and loved, not just physical sex.

HEART CHANGE: Sexual sin is not worse than other sin, but it is different.

LIFE CHANGE: The church is called to build deep wells of water—environments of fulfillment and acceptance—rather than erecting barriers.


God’s Vision for Sexuality - Part One

Sexuality and spirituality intertwine in profound ways, yet the conversation often gets lost in whispers. Our journey isn't just about confronting the missteps of the church or the hypersexualized culture around us; it's about rediscovering the beautiful, God-given longing for intimacy that connects to our innermost selves. we grasp how being fully known and loved is what we're really seeking—beyond physicality to the heart of our relationships. And as we peel back the layers of how pornography distorts this quest, we invite a thoughtful consideration of what self-sacrificial love truly looks like.

“Let’s us make human beings in our image, to be like us.” Genesis 1:26


  1. What stood out to you in this teaching? Why do you think that resonated?

  2. The sermon introduced the concept of social sexuality versus genital sexuality. How can we cultivate healthy relationships that honor the distinction between these two types of sexuality as described in the Bible?

  3. Discuss the ethical considerations surrounding pornography as presented in the sermon, referencing 1 Thessalonians 4:3-5. How does this Scripture guide us in understanding the spiritual implications of consuming pornography?

  4. Considering the sermon's emphasis on building deep wells rather than fences, how can we create an environment within the church that fosters healing and restoration for those with sexual brokenness??



Father, we can’t do any of this without You. We recognize that you are in control. Give us grace to hunger for your words more than those of anyone else. We accept your truth as the supreme authority in our lives. Teach us to see sin & grace as you do. In Jesus name, amen.

Looking for previous Community Guides? Find them on the Watch page

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