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This week's resources
Share what each of you enjoyed about this week's video.
This week we learned about Team!
Can you remember FOUR elements of a great team that Nicola taught us?
(humility / communication / encouragement / key players)
Read Philippians 2:1-11 together
What can we learn from Jesus about humility?
What would it look like for us to show humility among our family and friends this week?
Great teams listen well and speak well to one another. That includes being open and honest about what we think and feel and choosing to believe the best about one another.
How do you do at listening to one another? It is easy or tricky? How does it make you feel when people don’t listen to you?
Speaking of speaking well, the next thing great teams do is…
Great teams encourage one another!
Read 1 Thessalonians 5:11 and Proverbs 18:21 together
What truths do these verses teach us?
Our words are powerful. They can build up or tear down. They can bring life or destruction.
How can you use your words to build others up this week?
Maybe take some time as a family right now to practice speaking encouragement to one another? Take turns to look someone else in the eye and tell them something they love about them.
Read 1 Corinthians 12:12-20 together
Finally, great teams have team members who know their value. The truth is in every family and every team, each one of us are needed and each one of us have a role.
Are you ever tempted to compare yourself to someone else? How does it make you feel?
The truth is, we are all different because God designed us that way. So we can celebrate our differences and work even better together as a team.
Take some time to share what each of you believe are your strengths. Now talk together about how you can use these strengths to serve your family, your church and your community.
Can you do it alone? Or would it be easier in team with others?
Have a great week!