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How do you find a spiritual father? (Part 2)

How do you find a spiritual father? (Part 2)

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Ask Pastor Mark

Got a leadership question? Go ahead and submit a question and watch my responses to other peoples’ questions here.

Is Porn Okay?

In this Real Romance Q&A, Pastor Mark and Grace answer your questions on sex, marriage, and family. This question comes from a man wanting to know is it okay to watch porn in his marriage and how to become more intimate with his wife.

What does the wisest man on earth say about life?

In this clip, Pastor Mark discusses the timeline of King Solomon, from the Song of Songs all the way to Ecclesiastics.

What Happens When We Die?

Pastor Mark answers a great question that many people have: what happens to our bodies after our soul goes to be with the Lord? If you have a question you’d like answered, email it to [email protected] today!

How to Start a Real Men Group!

At Real Faith, we believe that the Word of God isn’t just for us to read, it’s to be obeyed. And living in community with fellow believers is one of the ways God the Father allows us to learn and grow to become more like His Son Jesus through the power of the Holy Spirit. We do this through something called Real Groups. Here are a few tips to start your own.

1. Invite

Invite your friends, neighbors, family, coworkers, and enemies, because they all need Jesus whether they know Him or not! Explain that you’d like to start a weekly sermon based small group based on Pastor Mark Driscoll’s sermons.

2. Listen to the sermon on or on the Real Faith app

You can host a viewing party to watch Real Faith Live and discuss it all at once, or you can watch it separately and gather to discuss it at another time that works for the group.

3. Get into God’s Word

In addition to watching the sermon, make sure you and all group members have a study guide from for the current sermon series. There are questions for personal reflection as well as for groups that can guide your devotional times throughout the week. You can also sign up for Daily Devos here.

4. Gather together

Whether at someone’s house, a public place, or through something like Zoom, meet weekly to discuss the sermon and what God taught you through it. The great thing about Real Groups is that you don’t all have to be in the same location. You can talk about sermon takeaways, what stood out to you in the study guide, or what God taught you in His Word that week. Focus on personal application as much as possible.

5. Pray

When you gather, share prayer requests, pray for each other on the spot, and continue praying throughout the week. Prayer is a great unifying force that God gives us to strengthen His family.

6. Share

Send us photos, videos, testimonies, and updates of how your group is doing to [email protected]. You might even be featured on our Real Faith Live show!