Let’s Talk Nights

A weekly video series designed to give you an opportunity to meet with a small group of friends during the week and connect through spiritual conversations.

November 23, 2021

This week’s episode: Food For Thought: Let’s Cut to the Cheese

It’s Thanksgiving week! And to celebrate, we’re doing something special for Let’s Talk Night. Join the Girons, the Lins, and the Querys as they cook, bake, and ask each other some deep spiritual questions about how to make the holidays happy and giving.

Recipes mentioned:

Dive Deeper

Here are some resources to help you dive deeper into what the scriptures say on this topic.

Let’s Talk

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Food For Thought

Let's Cut To The Cheese

Setting the Table (Spiritually)

How to Prepare Your Faith for the Holiday Season

Simple Christianity

Focusing on what's important

Emotional & Spiritual Check-Up (For Women)

Getting aware of our hearts

Emotional & Spiritual Check-Up (For Men)

Becoming self-aware

Better Together

Building Spiritual & Emotional Relationships

The Power Of Forgiveness

Bringing freedom into your conversations

Make Space For Your Faith

A Special Two-Part Series By Women, For Women

Post-Pandemic Possibilities

Letting go of fear and embracing faith

Jonah: The Roadmap To Happiness

Trusting God to pursue the impossible

Let’s Talk Introduction

Introducing our new video discussion series

How do I have a Let’s Talk Night?

While our video series can be helpful in any setting, we believe you’ll get the most out of them with a group of friends.

To have a great discussion, you need some great friends.

Pick a weeknight and meet with your house church in a living room or backyard. You can invite other friends to join in the conversation too.

Grab a device and make yourselves comfortable.

We’ll provide new digital content each week for you and your friends to watch. This segment will last about 15 minutes and will be designed to spur great conversations.

Let down about what you’re thinking and feeling.

Sharing our thoughts, feelings, and desires makes the church a place where we are known and can know people, where we can grow together as we serve our communities.