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    • Lesson 02 – Case Study

      You have a strong desire for your family to start spending devotional time together one evening per week. But between work, school, and evening activities, there currently isn’t one free evening when you are all home together. The yearly re-registration time is approaching for the kids activities and they are really excited to sign up again.
      • What can you do in this situation to ensure that your family has a weekly devotional time together?
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    • Lesson 02 – Discussion 2
      • What is the difference between finding time, and making time?
      • What are some things we can do to make time in our schedules for helping one another focus on our eternal life?
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    • Lesson 02 – Discussion 3
      • Name some ways that we can integrate a spiritual focus into the “mundane” activities that our family participates in on a weekly basis?
      • Are there things we can do while commuting to, or during the activities we are currently involved in?

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    • Lesson 02, Discussion 1
      What is the difference between finding time, and making time? What are some things we can do to make time in our schedules for helping one another focus on our eternal life?
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    • Lesson 1 – Case Scenario
      Case Scenario: You are trying to explain something to a family member, and it is very clear to you that they are not really listening to what you are saying. What are some different ways you can react in this situation? How might you react in this situation if you want to display the love of Christ?
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    • Lesson 1, Discussion 1 – Principles
      After Jesus washes His disciple’s feet, He says these words to them in John 13:14-15 “Now that I, your Lord and Teacher, have washed your feet, you also should wash one another’s feet. I have set you an example that you should do as I have done for you”.
      • What example is Jesus referring to that He has set for us?
      • Does He expect us to literally wash each other’s feet?
      • What is the larger principle being taught here?
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    • 6 months, 4 weeks ago

      AvatarMyles M