For the leader: You are doing a great job! As we have talked to you this week, we could not be more proud of how you are leading and loving your groups. Thank you for the sacrifice of your time and energy. Thank you for learning zoom, google chat, and all things technology. Our hope is that the focus of your groups, always, but especially during this time is Connection over Content. We hope your time together this week helps burdens feel lighter and lifts your eyes to the goodness of God! Cheering you on!


Questions

  • Is there something that you have started doing in the last two weeks that has been unexpected and fun? What is it that is bringing you life?
  • Is there something or someone specific you find yourself worrying about today?
  • Read Matthew 6:25-34
    1. How are you learning to take it one day at a time?
    2. What  worry do you have that  is technically “tomorrow’s plate” that you can set down?
    3. What encourages you about the passage above?
    4. How can you “Seek first His kingdom and His righteousness?
    5. One way to combat worry is to focus on others. What ideas come to mind when you hear this: “Let worry be the cue to take your eyes off of you”
  • How are you learning to be careful and also care free? Why is this essential as a believer?
  • Do you believe that God cares about you and knows what you need in this season? If yes, list some ways that you already have seen that to be true.
  • Write this down and post it somewhere you can see it this week:
    • Refuse to worry about tomorrow, but deal with each challenge that comes your way, one day at a time.

Refuse to worry about tomorrow, but deal with each challenge that comes your way, one day at a time. Tomorrow will take care of itself.     —Matthew 6:34 (TPT)