Grow on Purpose

Things that grow intentionally are the things that benefit us the most. The same is true in our spiritual lives. When we are intentional about making time and finding the right people to grow with, our relationship with God and others will always benefit from it.

Process, journal or discuss the themes of this article - here's a few questions to get the ball rolling...

Welcome to the Chaser—a few questions after the weekend service to start conversations. If this is your first time in a group, or your group has new members, take a few minutes and introduce yourself. Two truths and a lie is always a good place to start.

  1. No matter where you saw service this week, it’s possible you saw a totally different message than the other people in the group. (Wild, eh?) Share the message that you heard and what stuck out to you.

  2. Growth isn’t accidental. Think of the one thing you’re best at. (Like cooking, or skateboarding, or frisbee golf.) How did you get good?

  3. Getting good takes time. So, let’s do an exercise. Open your calendar for the last week. What kept you busy? And of those things, what were choices and what were obligations?

  4. Let’s continue with this exercise. Look at the next month. Imagine you have the power to highlight, select all, and hit delete, for all your events. The time is yours. What is one thing you actually WANT to do in the next month?

  5. Last part of the exercise. Read Romans 12:1-2 out loud. If you wanted to intentionally do what this verse says in the next month, what would you do?


The Journey starts in two weeks. And you need to be a part of it. Commit, as a group, to do the journey today. How’s that for a challenge?

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Aug 31, 2019 1 hr 2 sec

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