RESET: WEEK 1 DISCUSSION GUIDE
We all have momentum in our lives, leading us toward something. If you think about your decisions, habits, and routines, they are leading you somewhere, even if there is no plan or intention behind your actions. This weekend, Scott talked about how some of us have positive momentum that is leading us in good directions, while others have momentum that is not leading us to great places.
Changing this momentum requires two things: a catalyst, and a progression. Change doesn’t just begin without a catalyst. There must be an event, a decision, a crisis, or a circumstance that drives us toward change. But this catalyst alone is not enough. There must also be a progression of actions that follow. These actions must be planned and intentional.
Just for fun, do you have any stories about failed new year’s resolutions? Where is the current momentum of your life leading you?
How do you feel about new year’s resolutions? Do you make them? How good are you at keeping them?
Did you make any new year’s resolutions this year? If so, what are they? What is one thing that you would like to change in your life?
What was the catalyst that prompted this change?
What is the progression of necessary steps you will need to make if you want to see this change become a reality in your life? Take a minute to list them out. Share them with your group.
If time allows, give one another input and advice about additional action items, and how to stick to the action items they have listed.
Pray that we will follow through with our plans. Pray that with God’s help, we will be able to see real life changes that go beyond new year’s resolutions.