Are We Living In The "End Times"? • Alpine Chapel

Not all questions are created equal. In fact, every question you’re asked comes from a different place and requires a different response. Giving a good answer doesn’t mean having the right response. It means taking the time to figure out where each question is coming from and what the person asking really want.

Join Alpine Chapel for Part Four of our series “Asking For a Friend” and listen as Spiritual Formation Pastor Alex Gowler shares a framework for understanding where questions come from, then uses that framework to respond to a big question: are we living in the “end times”?


For groups process this weekend’s message from Alpine, spend time watching the message before you meet together. After watching, use the questions below to help get the conversation going:
  • What are some questions that people have been asking you lately?
  • Where do you think those questions are coming from (curiosity, confusion, or concern)?
  • When people talk about the “end times”, what are your thoughts and feelings?
  • What stood out to you from the message?

This guide is intended for online community groups who are meeting digitally to care for one another in this season and discuss the weekly messages from Alpine. Looking for a community? CLICK HERE.


Take a few minutes to practice generosity to Alpine Chapel by giving online. After giving, have somebody pray for generosity and provision at Alpine Chapel in this season.


To conclude your gathering, spend some time in prayer together. Begin with a few minutes in silence, listening for what God might have to say to you or to your group in this moment, then share what came to mind. After a few minutes of listening and sharing, spend time praying for:
  • Eradication of COVID-19 and healing for those who are sick
  • Followers of Jesus to be a presence of peace and love in their neighborhoods
  • Wisdom for local, state, national, and global leaders
  • Any needs in your group


In light of what’s happening in our world right now, we want to be intentional about being in the kind of community that keeps one another believing. We live like COMMUNITY IS OUR DESIGN and the only way to do that is together. While we may not be able to meet physically, there are a number of digital and video conferencing options that can help us stay connected.
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