Go Green - Week 3
Go Green - Week 3: Building Healthy Relationships
What is the strangest family tradition you have?
Give an example of a healthy relationship. Who in your life has demonstrated this?
Read aloud Psalm 8: 1-9
God gave us the responsibility for taking care of the environments in which we live, our physical environment (v. 6-8), our personal lives (v.2), and our relationships. This week we will study the Bible for building healthy relationships.
Read verse 4 aloud.
What two words stand out?
What do these two words represent?
All healthy relationships require your head and your heart.
What happens when one of these is lacking?
In what ways does Jesus relate to us in our heads and in our hearts?
Pastor Harvey described the three building blocks of a healthy relationship, Humility, Unselfishness, and Trust.
Read aloud Romans 12:3
How does Paul describe humility?
What would you add to Paul’s description of humility?
Read aloud Philippians 2:3-4
What else does Paul say about humility?
How do you practice humility in your life?
What does it mean to be unselfish?
How do you practice unselfishness in your relationships?
What is your definition of trust?
Does trust come easy for you? Why or why not?
Pastor Harvey says that through biblical discipleship, you will learn healthy relationships.
Who are the Paul’s in your life? A Paul mentors, inspires, guides and corrects.
Who are your Barnabas’? A Barnabas encourages, brings positivity, hope and inspiration.
Who are your Timothy’s? A Timothy is someone who you are a Paul to. You pour your life into.
Are these relationships effective?
What can you do to make them better?