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Middle School

A message from Dayne about The Summit

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A Message for Incoming 6th Graders!

Check out this video for your rising 6th grader from Zach on the Willamette Kids team!

Summit Message: July 12
Pastor Dayne Scanlon and Marty Miranda

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Questions for this Week:

1. What stood out to you from today’s message?

2. When we invite Jesus, he always shows up. What are some ways or areas you want to invite Jesus into right now?

3. Jesus loves to use whatever we have. What is your next step right now in your walk with Jesus?

4. How full is your “Jar?” In other words, if your life were an iPhone Battery, what % battery life are you on right now? Why?

5. Spend some time in prayer, and invite Jesus to fill your life.

Summit Message: July 5
Pastor Dayne Scanlon

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Questions for this Week:

  • In your own words, describe why the incarnation is so important?
  • What comfort do you find from knowing that God is close to us?
  • What does it look like in your life to accept God’s invitation?
  • Who in your life could you be inviting in?

Summit Message: June 28

Pastor Dayne Scanlon and Marty Miranda

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Questions for this Week:

  • In your own words, what role should the Holy Spirit play in your life?
  • What does it mean to be “activated” in your faith?
  • What’s the difference between spectating, and participating (when it comes to church)?
  • How do you need to be more intentional about your faith this week?

Summit Message: June 21

Pastor Dayne Scanlon and Marty Miranda

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Questions for this Week:

  • Who introduced you to Jesus?
  • Why do you think we can get apprehensive about sharing our faith?
  • Who’s someone in your life who’s close to you but far from God?
  • Take some time and write out the answers to these three easy questions:
    • Who were you before you met Jesus?
    • How did you meet Jesus?
    • How have you changed as a result?

Summit Message: June 14

Pastor Dayne Scanlon and Marty Miranda

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Questions for this Week:

  • In what ways are you more mature in your faith today than you were a year ago?
  • What does it mean to “Mediate” something, and how is Jesus our mediator between us a God?
  • At Willamette we inspire people to “know, love, and follow” Jesus. What areas of your life, are you doing this well, and how do you need to improve on this?
  • What’s your next step in your faith? How can you continue to grow towards Jesus?

Summit Message: June 7

Pastor Dayne Scanlon and Marty Miranda

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Questions for this Week:

  • In your own words, describe why what you do has to line up with what you believe.
  • What are things that you believe about God? And how do those things inform what you do?
  • In Jonah 4:3 Jonah describes God as “… gracious and compassionate God, slow to anger and abounding in love, a God who relents from sending calamity.” What definition of God do you most resonate with? Why?
  • How good are you at loving your “enemies”?

Summit Message: May 31

Pastor Dayne Scanlon and Marty Miranda

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Questions for this Week:

  • What stands out to you in Jonah’s Prayer (Jonah chapter 2)?
  • In your own words, what’s the difference between saying sorry, and repentance?
  • Why do you think God cares more about repentance?
  • What ways have you tried to align God’s heart to yours instead of the other way around?
  • What areas in your life have you identified that you need to start obeying in?

Summit Message: May 24

Pastor Dayne Scanlon and Marty Miranda

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Questions for this Week:

  • How do you discern what God’s “best” is for you?
  • Can you think of a time when you intentionally “ran away” from what God was calling you to?
  • Have you found it easier, or harder to honor your parents in quarantine? Why?
  • Who can you reach out to this week and encourage?

Summit Message: May 17

Pastor Dayne Scanlon and Marty Miranda

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Questions for this Week:

  • What does rest look like for you? What do you do when you need good rest?
  • How has rest looked different in this season for you than it would in normal life?
  • Make a list of things that are burdening you right now. Maybe share them with your leader, or close friend.
  • What does it mean to give your burdens to Jesus? How can you do that today?

Summit Message: May 10

Pastor Dayne Scanlon and Marty Miranda

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Questions for this Week:

  • If you won an endless supply of only one of the following, which do you pick?
    • Chick Fil A?
    • PopEyes?
    • In N Out?
  • Why do you think it’s so easy to be defined by our performances?
  • What are the “good works”that God is calling you to today?
  • How have you seen the idea of performance identity affect your life in quarantine?

Summit Message: May 3

Pastor Dayne Scanlon and Marty Miranda

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Questions for this Week:

  • When is the last time you felt judged?  Talk about it
  • When was the last time you think you judged someone else?
  • How can we be known for what we are FOR, more than what we are against?
  • How will you reach out in kindness to someone else this week?

Summit Message: April 26

Pastor Dayne Scanlon and Marty Miranda

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Questions for this Week:

  • How have you seen good community help you in your life? How have you seen bad community hurt you?
  • How would you rank yourself as a friend on a scale from one to ten? (1 is terrible, 10 is the best)
  • Have you ever had someone “bare your burdens with you”? How did that make you feel?
  • Reach out to someone this next week, and really ask them how they’re doing, and be prepared to be a “good friend” to them. (Encourage them, Challenge them, and care for them.)

Summit Message: April 19

Pastor Dayne Scanlon and Marty Miranda

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Questions for this Week:

  • What are your distractions?
  • Scale from 1-10, where are you at in your relationship with God right now?
  • What’s one way you will prioritize connecting with God?

Summit Message: April 5

Pastor Dayne Scanlon and Marty Miranda

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Questions for this Week:

  • Talk about a time when you knew what to do, because you knew who you were.
  • Why is it important to define ourselves based on who God says we are? What other things do we sometimes try to find our identity in?
  • What does it mean to you that you are a child of God? How does that identity help you know what to do right now?
  • How can you give yourself a little grace in this season?
  • What does it mean that you are the church? How does that identity help you know what to do right now?

Summit Message: March 29

Pastor Dayne Scanlon and Marty Miranda teaching on “Addressing the Circumstances”.

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Questions for this Week:

  • What are your current circumstances. Make a list, and discuss them with someone around you. How is your life different today than it was a couple weeks ago?
  • Why is it so dangerous to find our identity in our circumstances.
  • How can we look to Jesus to find the fruit of the spirit in this season? (Love, Joy, Peace, Patience, Kindness, Goodness, Gentleness, Faithfulness, Self Control)
  • What does it mean to have an eternal mindset, and how can you have one this week?
  • What does it mean to have Jesus be the authority in your life? How should that change the way you live?

Summit Message: March 22

Pastor Dayne Scanlon and Dru Martin teaching in our “Upside-Down Kingdom” Series.

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Questions for this Week:

  • Why are foundations so important? Can you think of an example where having a good foundation worked in your favor?
  • What are somethings that you’ve “built your life” on? Why do certain things feel like we can trust them?
  • Drew talks about cultivating spiritual disciplines in our lives. What does it mean to cultivate a spiritual discipline, and how can you start doing that today?
  • Who in your life could you be helping build a stronger foundation in Jesus?
  • Spend some time briefing over the sermon on the mount (Matthew 5-7), and start to make a list of the things that you can DO this week, and share that list with the people around you.

Summit Message: March 15

Pastor Dayne Scanlon teaching in our “Upside-Down Kingdom” Series.

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Questions for this Week:

  • Re-read Matthew 6:25-34, What stands out to you about how Jesus talks about worry?
  • What are things in your life that you’re currently worried about? What might God be trying to teach you in those things?
  • Why is it important to look up (to God) first in our worry? How might that help you?
  • Who’s someone in the next few weeks that doesn’t know God that you could reach out to as a family/small group to provide hope to?
  • Spend some time praying for:
    • Worry in your own life.
    • Worry in the lives of those around us.
    • That the hope of the Lord would fill our hearts!

High School

A message from Dan & Josie about Wednesday Night

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A message to our graduating seniors!

To the graduating class of 2020, with love from some who have walked with you on your high school journey.

Wednesday Night Message: July 8

Dan Self speaking from our Theology of Repentance series.

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Questions for this Week:

1. Think about someone you know who is humble- what do they do that makes you think of them that way?
2. Think about how you interact with others- Do you listen well to others? Do you follow up with others? Are you easily offended?
3. Now, think about your relationship with God- Does Christianity seem dull to you? Are you resistant to insight from spiritual mentors in your life?
4. What is a practical way you can humble yourself this week?

Wednesday Night Message: July 1

Dan Self speaking from our Theology of Repentance series.

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Questions for this Week:

  • Describe- in your own words- what indifference is, and then examine your life and determine who you might be indifferent to.
  • In what areas of your life do you need to humble yourself?
  • What does it look like to bring outsiders into your community?
  • Can you remember when you were an outsider and were brought into community?

Wednesday Night Message: June 24

Dan Self speaking from our Theology of Repentance series about generational sin and our response.

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Questions for this Week:

  • Read Exodus 34:6-7 again- does the last part seem unfair to you? Why or why not?
  • What in our culture doesn’t line up with the Bible?
  • Are you engaged in any ways of thinking or talking or acting that don’t line up with the Bible but do line up with culture?
  • This is hard work, but what are things you may have inherited that you need to repent for?

Wednesday Night Message: June 17

Dan Self speaking from our Theology of Repentance series.

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Questions for this Week:

  • Is repentance a real part of your walk with Jesus?
  • Out of the four rhythms of repentance (acknowledgment, confession, aversion, and restoration), where do you think you get tripped up? What stage do you need to move to next?
  • Do you think you’ve been living as someone who thinks God responds to them according to sin, or according to repentance? How would your life change if you understood that God responds to repentance?

Wednesday Night Message: June 10

Josie Self speaking from our Peacemakers series.

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Questions for this Week:

  • When is a time that you have celebrated with someone who’s happy or cried with someone who’s mourning?
  • How can you use your voice to elevate someone else in your life?
  • What would it look like to be a peacemaker in your community?
  • What is one thing you can do this week to serve your community?

Wednesday Night Message: June 3

Dan Self speaking from our All Things Eternal series on 2 Peter 3.

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Questions for this Week:

  • Do your circumstances affect how you view God? If so, how?
  • What would it look like to use scripture to interpret your life?
  • What are things in your life that are submitted to God, and what are things that are not submitted to God?

Wednesday Night Message: May 27

Dan Self speaking from our All Things Eternal series on 2 Peter 2.

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Questions for this Week:

  • When you read the Bible, what is your reference point? Your emotions? Your circumstances?
  • Does your life teach people about what it means to follow Jesus? Or does it teach something else?
  • What do you think your actions point people toward?
  • What is a practical way you can offer living water to someone this week?

Wednesday Night Message: May 20

Josie Self speaking from our All Things Eternal series on 2 Peter 1.

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Questions for this Week:

  • Which of these areas do you feel like you’ve experienced growth in this year?
  • Which of these do you feel like God might be prompting you to grow in?
  • What other aspects of your life are competing for God’s place as your sole object of worship?
  • How do you feel like growing in these attributes will keep you close to God?
  • How does scripture help us to discern the voice of God vs. the voice of the enemy?

Wednesday Night Message: May 13

Hannah Scanlon speaking from our All Things Eternal series from 1 Peter 5.

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Questions for this Week:

  • Who do you feel like is your flock right now?
  • What is causing you to not humble yourself?
  • Have you found yourself feeling like you “deserve” to feel a certain way? What emotion do you feel like has been taking over to make you feel that way?
  • Have you ever personally experienced anxiety during this season?

Wednesday Night Message: May 6

Dayne Scanlon speaking from our All Things Eternal series.

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Questions for this Week:

  • What are area’s in your life that you struggle to live as a Christ-follower?
  • What does serving others look like in your present quartile context?
  • Can you think of a time where you were under spiritual attack? How did you handle that?
  • Who do you go to when you’re facing an attack?
  • What role might prayer play in an attack situation?

Wednesday Night Message: April 29

Dan Self speaking from our All Things Eternal series.

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Questions for this Week:

  • What does it mean that you are an heir to the Kingdom of God?
  • How does the power structure of the Kingdom of God conflict with the power structure of the world?
  • What do you suffer for? Who do you suffer for?
  • How can you suffer for Christ this week?

Wednesday Night Message: April 22

Josie Self speaking from our All Things Eternal series on 1 Peter, chapter 2.

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Questions for this Week:

  • In what ways do you struggle to live set apart? Where do you feel like you are succeeding?
  • How can you use your freedom to serve, love, or honor someone today?
  • Do others experience God when they come into contact with you?

Wednesday Night Message: April 15

Dan Self speaking from our All Things Eternal series.

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Questions for this Week:

  • How is the way of Christ different from our current culture? Think about your schools, teams, families, pop-culture, ect.
  • Can you remember a time when you put your hope in something that didn’t work out the way you wanted it to?
  • What is your biggest roadblock to trusting in Jesus above all else?
  • How can your current trials refine you and push you further toward faithfulness in Christ?

Wednesday Night Message: April 8

Josie Self speaking from our Secrets of Heaven series on the Parable of the Three Servants.

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Questions for this Week:

  • What has been taking up most of your time during quarantine?
  • What ways do you feel like God might be asking you to shift how you spend your time in this season?
  • What is the one step you’re going to take this week to invest into your relationship with Jesus?
  • How has God shown up in this last month?

Wednesday Night Message: April 1

Keeley Burmeister speaking from our Secrets of Heaven series, The Parable of the Good Samaratin.

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Questions for this Week:

  • Who do you see yourself as in the parable?
  • Jesus says the Priest and the Levite walked by the man on the side of the road. What are some justifications you find yourself believing today for not “loving your neighbor?”
  • Who has met you in your hurt this season? In your life?
  • Who is God asking you to “be neighbors with” right now? How can you love your neighbor?

Wednesday Night Message: March 25

Pastor Dan Self speaking on End Times

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Questions for this Week:

  • What is blooming in your life right now? What feelings/thoughts are the most common in your mind right now?
  • How does your mindset change when you understand that the purpose of End Times writings is to point us to hope and faithfulness?
  • With a lot of lost plans and with extra time on your hands, what “weeds” in your life do you need to uproot?

Wednesday Night Message: March 18

Pastor Dan Self speaking on Hope.

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Questions for this Week:

  • What comforts have been taken away from you in this season?
  • How might your day look different if you began each day on a foundation of hope, not a foundation of fear?
  • Who in your life needs to hear a message of hope?
  • What new purpose might God be giving you, even in the midst of this strange season?

Welcome to One Week!

July 13th – 17th, Monday through Friday

One Week is a community-focused service opportunity for high school students who want to grow in their faith in Christ, and become active participants in the work God is calling us to.

One Week 2020