One Another Sermon Series Resources September 07, 2021

We are excited for a new sermon series at Westover! The One Another series will be a 7-part series that will last from September 12 - October 24. Using Romans 12 as our foundational passage, each week of this series will focus on at least one of the 59 “One Anothers” found in the New Testament, while also exploring what it means to be a Gospel-people to one another and the world by moving toward opportunities for living and serving on mission for the Glory of Christ.

Each week we will be providing resources for you to engage with what we've learned in each sermon and to help you dive deeper into putting these lessons into practice. Scroll down to see our resources we have for the series as a whole, and check back each week to see updates!

One Another Resources


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Week 1 – The One Anothers

Discussion Questions:

  • What is the greatest act of mercy someone (other than God) has shown or demonstrated for you? How did it shape or change you?
  • Read Romans 12:1. Take time to reflect on (or view) God’s mercy and God's mercies in your life. How has God’s mercy changed you? How is it changing you?
  • Do you find yourself struggling to fully accept and trust God’s mercy for you? If so, in what ways, and why?
  • Read through and reflect on the 59 One Another’s. What stirs you? What challenges you?
  • What difference would a One Another-ing church make to a watching world? How is God calling you to contribute?

Check back next week for our Week 2 resources!

Week 2 – Love One Another

Discussion Questions:

  • What prevents me from loving others? 
  • According to Philippians 2:3, what is the relationship between having a healthy self-esteem and "considering others better than yourself"?
  • How does Philippians 2:5-11 deepen your understanding of that relationship? 
  • What is the next step I need to take in honoring one another? 
  • What is the next step I need to take in practicing hospitality? 
  • In what ways have you seen Westover Church function as the family of God?