Go Green - Week 2
Go Green - Week 2: Building a Healthy You - Physically, Spiritually, Emotionally and Intellectually
What areas of life do you feel strongest: physical, spiritual, emotional, or intellectual?
What areas would you like to grow in?
1.Building a healthy and sustainable life involves honoring God with our physical bodies.
Read aloud Psalm 139:14 and 1 Corinthians 6:19-20
What grabs your attention the most and why?
2. Building a healthy and sustainable life involves a growing spiritual life.
Read aloud Philippians 3: 5-11
What is the goal of Paul’s life?
Does this goal make a difference in the way that Paul chose to live out his life?
What is the goal of our Christian living?
What does it mean to “know” Christ?
Paul says that he wants to become like Christ in his death.
How does a person become like Christ in his death?
Is this death something that we do once in our life, or is it a death that we choose to die on a regular basis? (Luke 9:23; Romans 6:3-7)
How difficult is it for you to die to self in order to live for God? What makes this a regular part of your life?
How can we be an encouragement to each other as we die daily to self and live for Christ?
3. Building a healthy and sustainable life involves nurturing a healthy emotional life.
Read aloud Proverbs 17:22 and Ephesians 4:32
What do you do to cultivate a cheerful heart?
Who is your positivity role model? That one person who always sees the bright side?
Explain the correlation between forgiveness and a cheerful heart? Who do they go hand in hand?
4. Building a healthy and sustainable life involves stimulating a healthy intellectual life.
Read aloud Proverbs 24:14
Define wisdom. Why does the author say it’s like honey?
What do you do to stimulate your mind?
As a result of this weeks message and these passages, how will you live life this week? List three ways your group can pray for you.