Walking with Christ: Part 4 Jesus-The King of Calm


Small Group Leader Notes:

Main Passage: Mark 4:35-41

Main Point: Receive Jesus as King of Calm and offer his peace to others through your life

Reflection Questions for Individual or Group Study:

1. What is your response to the theme of this message?

2. Read Mark 4:35-41. What strikes you about the difference between the disciples and Jesus?

3. In the final questions of this story, we hear Jesus challenge his disciples to have faith. How does faith equip us to face the storms in life?

4. List at least 10 storms that our community is facing today. Now, review the list, but as you get to each “storm” say, “Jesus is greater than _____.”

5. What are some practical ways to be like Jesus and have peace in the middle of your storms? Or to offer peace for somebody in the middle of their storm?

6. How do you plan on receiving Jesus as “King of Calm” in your storms this week?

7. Who in your life is in the middle of the storm? How can you offer peace to them this week?

8. How do you feel led to pray based off these reflections?

Walker Prayer Challenge


As we continue this new season at Stillmeadow, we invite you to join the Walker Prayer Crew through individual reading and prayer times.  Setting aside time to pray and read through scripture as a community is a powerful way of experiencing God’s unity.


· Choose a time & place to be quiet for 10-15 minutes.

· Start by listing three things for which you are thankful.

· Invite Christ to speak to you through the reading.

As you read the scripture passage ask these three questions:

1. Describe Jesus’ character in this passage.

2. How is this inviting me to receive Jesus’ character?

3. How does this challenge me to offer Jesus’ grace to  others?

Finish in prayer for yourself, your family, your neighbors, your co-workers, your church.

Monday: Mark 9:33-50

Tuesday: Mark 10:1-31

Wednesday: Mark 10:32-52

Thursday: Mark 11:1-33

Friday: Mark 12:1-27