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Week of August 6 – 11 // Keep Yourself from Idols // 1 John 5:18-21

Why should we guard ourselves from idolatry?

Box 7 Tip:

For this last week together, if you have final words for people in your corps, make a short list of the ones you would like to pursue a moment with. You can think through these kinds of conversations: who should I thank? who do I need to apologize to? who should I resolve conflict with? who in my section should I affirm publicly for their character? what staff member should I thank for what they taught me? who has been a faithful servant of Jesus?

Plan: how will I spend time with God as I finish DCI and travel home?

Pray: what will I pray for? how will my prayer habits shift after DCI?

Pursue: who should I talk with this week to affirm, apologize, or thank?


​Week Overview

Scripture: 1 John 5:18-21

Breakaway Podcast: Keep Yourself From Idols

Options for related reading or study:

Romans 1:18-25

Psalm 121


The closing thought about idols in 1 John seems random, but even in modern times (especially during DCI Championships) we struggle with the ancient desire to pursue idols rather than God. Let's consider what controls our hearts, and how to turn to the greater beauty of Jesus.

Key Verse

  • "And we know that the Son of God has come and has given us understanding, so that we may know him who is true; and we are in him who is true, in his Son Jesus Christ. He is the true God and eternal life. Little children, keep yourself from idols." 1 John 4:20-21

Pray

Father in Heaven, as we finish this season of drum corps we want to glorify you for the creative abilities and community you have given us. You are the only affection we can have for eternity. Help us to love you with all my mind, heart, soul, and strength. In Christ's name, Amen.”

Read - 1 John 5:18-21

Read in your Bible, app, or online


Listen - “Keep Yourself from Idols”

from Breakaway Ministries App or stream online

39 minutes, epilogue is optional


Respond - Personal Reflection & Obedience

Here are some questions that can help you uncover idols that your heart may be worshiping (in podcast around 24:00-25:00, adapted from Tim Keller).

What comes to mind most naturally during the day?

___________________________________________

What is the ultimate of your endeavors? What do you seek?

___________________________________________

What do you always have time/money for?

___________________________________________

What do you keep researching about?

___________________________________________

What do you defend?

___________________________________________

What are you terrified to lose?

___________________________________________

What do you compliment in other people?

___________________________________________

What do you talk about the most?

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Week of July 30 – August 5 // This is Love // 1 John 4:7-21

Are you truly free to love other people?

Box 7 Tips:

  • What memories or performance moments do you want to remember from this season? Take some time away from social media or idle conversation to journal about these memories. You might be able to find a few more tweaks to your show-prep or EPL process to gain some time in these last couple weeks.
  • Have you spent time lately with Scriptures or music that bring joy and hope in Jesus? If not, recall some of your favorites for your last few bus rides.

Plan: looking ahead a few days, how will I spend time with God?

Pray: where & when will I pray? what & who will I pray for?

Pursue: who is in my Focus Group, and how will we set aside time?


Week Overview

Scripture: 1 John 4:17-21

Breakaway Podcast: This is Love

Options for related reading or study:

John 15:1-17

Psalm 36


As we anchor into the true story of Jesus, abiding in his love that he initiated toward us, we can be fearless and fruitful in loving other people.

Key Verse

  • "There is no fear in love, but perfect love casts out fear. For fear has to do with punishment, and whoever fears has not been perfected in love." 1 John 4:18

Pray

  • God, thank you for sending your son to give us true life and love. I confess that sometimes I fear other people rather than trusting in you and loving other people. Fill me with your love so that I can love others. In Christ's name, Amen.”

Read - 1 John 4:7-21

Read in your Bible, app, or online. Since this is a slightly longer passage, it can be great to re-read the verses or listen to them on an audio Bible.


Listen - “This is Love”

from Breakaway Ministries App or stream online

35 minutes, epilogue is optional


Respond - Personal Reflection & Obedience

Can you name someone in your life who has a constant, initiating, abiding love for you?

Can you name people in your life who you are afraid of because you want their approval? Journal about that situation.

How can you grow in your relationship with God so that you are secure in Him and not afraid of people?


Share - Focus Group Times

Schedule some short times in your normal drum corps routines or extra free-time for prayer, Scripture reading, Discovery Bible Study, or the questions below.

Discovery Bible Study suggestion for this week: 1 John 4:15-19

Discussion Points:

  • How have you grown spiritually this summer?
  • What do you need followup about after the season?
  • Who will you pray for in your drum corps?
  • Share a short story with your group about how you have seen God working in your corps.

Personal Reflection & Recap

  • How has seeing God’s nature and creation through tour impacted you?
  • Do you have any situations of relational conflict (with members or staff) that you need help to resolve before Finals? Reach out to a friend or Box 7 leadership to ask for their input or accountability to address the situation.

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Week of July 23 – 29 // From Condemnation to Confidence // 1 John 3:19-24

How do we overcome our inner voice of condemnation?

Box 7 Tip:

Do you have some real life plans or school registrations that are not complete for the fall semester? Ask someone to help you find time to get these done; it will be a great relief for your final weeks of rehearsal and performing. You might even ask a corps staff member to use a laptop and internet connection, which will help you focus and finish faster than working on your phone.

Plan: looking ahead a few days, how will I spend time with God?

Pray: where & when will I pray? what & who will I pray for?

Pursue: who is in my Focus Group, and how will we set aside time?


Week Overview

Scripture: 1 John 3:19-24

Breakaway Podcast: From Condemnation to Confidence

Options for related reading or study:

Luke 15:11-32

Psalm 27


Check out the YouTube video below from Bluecoats 2012 called “Flume.” This short film verbalizes the shame that is common in the human heart.

You don't have to believe everything you think or feel. God knows you will struggle with this, but if he tells you that you are free, then you are free. You don't have to carry around the condemnation for which Jesus died to set you free.

Key Verse

  • "for whenever our heart condemns us, God is greater than our heart, and he knows everything." 1 John 3:20

Pray

  • Holy Father, you hold the truth about my life. Help me to confidently believe that I am forgiven of my sin, you are changing me, and I have freedom to be who you created me to be. In Jesus' name, Amen”

Read - 1 John 3:19-24

Read in your Bible, app, or online


Listen - “From Condemnation to Confidence”
from Breakaway App or stream online

34 minutes, epilogue is optional


Respond - Personal Reflection & Obedience

What beliefs of shame or condemnation do you wrestle with?

How long have you felt those?

What does Jesus say about those matters you feel ashamed of?


Share - Focus Group Times

Schedule some short times in your normal drum corps routines or extra free-time for prayer, Scripture reading, Discovery Bible Study, or the questions below.

Discovery Bible Study suggestion for this week: 1 John 3:19-24

Discussion Points:

  • What are you thankful for this week?
  • Can you describe any condemnation you have felt from drum corps peers or staff this summer?
  • Practice verbally affirming each other what is true because of Jesus.

Personal Reflection & Recap

  • What efforts of spiritual growth or ministry have worked for you this summer? White them down, share them in your Box 7 group message at your corps, or text it into the Box 7 Contact # at 218-248-2697. We’d love to hear your testimonies or tips!

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Week of July 16 – 22 // Love One Another // 1 John 3:10-18

What is the visible, historical mark of Christian community?

Box 7 Tip:

Is there someone in your corps (member or staff) who needs encouragement right now? Invite them to have a meal with you. Make the plan a block or day in advance, then meet before going through the food truck line to make it easier to connect and sit down together in your own space to talk. Think ahead about caring questions to ask or genuine affirmation to give.

Plan: looking ahead a few days, how will I spend time with God?

Pray: where & when will I pray? what & who will I pray for?

Pursue: who is in my Focus Group, and how will we set aside time?


Week Overview

Scripture: 1 John 3:10-18

Breakaway Podcast: Love One Another

Options for related reading or study:

Matthew 5:43-6:4

Psalm 133


Intro

The second half of 1 John emphasizes true love and how it shapes people and communities: active love meets the needs of other people. This is one of the most defining characteristics of Christian life.

Key Verse

  • "...let us not love in word or talk but in deed and in truth." 1 John 3:18

Pray

  • Father God, in the fatigue of this drum corps summer, we need your help to love those around us in active ways. Help me to see and care for those who are most in need this week. In Jesus' name, Amen.”

Read - 1 John 3:10-18

Read in your Bible, app, or online



Listen - “Love One Another”
from Breakaway Ministries App or stream online

38 minutes, epilogue is optional


Respond - Personal Reflection & Obedience

What parts of your life do you express love in word but not action?

What ways do you make sacrifices to demonstrate love for other people?

In your real life (outside drum corps), how can you love your neighbors more?


Share - Focus Group Times

Schedule some short times in your normal drum corps routines or extra free-time for prayer, Scripture reading, Discovery Bible Study, or the questions below.

Discovery Bible Study suggestion for this week: 1 John 3:16-18

Discussion Points:

  • What are you thankful for this week?
  • What is challenging in your section of the corps, tour job, bus, or staff team?
  • Pray for each other. Ask God for love in your corps to become active rather than just words.

Personal Reflection & Recap

  • Is there anyone at your corps who is difficult for you to love? Check your heart about how pride and fear may affect your feelings for that person. Confess to God and ask for His help to give you a compassionate heart towards that person.

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Week of July 9 – 15 // The Fight // 1 John 2:28 – 3:10

How do we win over sin?

Box 7 Tips:

It’s that time of the summer, when some dating relationships on tour start to solidify. Are you or a friend beginning to date someone in DCI because of the comfort that person brings? That relationship might not be honoring to God or spiritually healthy. For everyone connected with Box 7, a resource we recommend on relationships in the Breakaway Ministries app. Check out the podcast folder (in the app) entitled “Single / Dating / Engaged / Married” or stream online at this link.

Plan: looking ahead a few days, how will I spend time with God?

Pray: where & when will I pray? what & who will I pray for?

Pursue: who is in my Focus Group, and how will we set aside time?


Week Overview

Scripture: 1 John 2:28-3:10

Breakaway Podcast: The Fight

Options for related reading or study:

Romans 6

Psalm 139


More than just a teacher and miracle-worker, Jesus destroyed sin and conquered the power of the devil. In our lives, the power of sin is broken when we apply the Gospel and draw near to Jesus.

Key Verse

  • "No one born of God makes a practice of sinning, for God's see abides in him, and he cannot keep on sinning because he has been born of God. By this it is evident who are the children of the devil: whoever does not practice righteousness is not of God, nor is the one who does not love his brother." 1 John 3:9-10

Pray

Create your own prayer. Here are some ideas… Thank God for sending Jesus to conquer sin & death. Confess sin that you need to bring to Him. Ask for help to abide in Jesus and practice righteousness. Pray for friends & family at home.

Read - 1 John 2:28 - 3:10

Read in your Bible, an app, or online


Listen - “The Fight”

from Breakaway Ministries App or stream online

35 minutes, epilogue is optional


Respond - Personal Reflection & Obedience

Does my knowledge of Jesus include his mission of defeating sin?

How am I fighting sin in my life?

What specific area of sin should I confess and fight in a more specific way?


Share - Focus Group Times

Schedule some short times in your normal drum corps routines or extra free-time for prayer, Scripture reading, Discovery Bible Study, or the questions below. Is your Focus Group able to meet after shows? If so, make a goal to do that once a week the rest of tour.

Discovery Bible Study suggestion for this week: 1 John 3:7-10

Discussion Points:

  • What are you thankful for on tour?
  • What or who are you praying for?
  • How is the current culture in our corps? How can Box 7 community be a light?
  • How can we help each other fight sin these last few weeks of summer?

Personal Reflection & Recap

  • What is a new way in which you want to see God working at your corps?
  • What new topic of prayer you can add into your everyday life on tour?

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Week of July 2 – 8 // Antichrists // 1 John 2:18-27

How do we know when people deny or redefine Jesus Christ?

Box 7 Tip:

How have your free-days or laundry blocks been so far? These can be excellent for recharging spiritually, emotionally, mentally, and physically. The drum corps norm is to hang out with a group and spend money, but you might be more refreshed by spending time in healthy solitude and quiet. Give some thought to how you can strategically use your remaining free days or laundry times for your health and God’s glory.

Plan: looking ahead a few days, how will I spend time with God?

Pray: where & when will I pray? what & who will I pray for?

Pursue: who is in my Focus Group, and how will we set aside time?


Week Overview

Scripture: 1 John 2:18-27

Breakaway Podcast: Antichrists

Options for related reading or study:

John 14:1-14

Psalm 91


The Apostle John knows there will always be people who question the essence of Jesus. It is important for us to abide in the truth and to confess who He is: God's Son, Savior, and King.

Key Verse

  • "No one who denies the Son has the Father. Whoever confesses the Son has the Father also." 1 John 2:23

Pray

  • Suggested prayer: “God, help me to know and speak with clarity who your Son is, and what He means to my life and the world. I want to abide in Him and have eternal life with you. Amen.”

Read - 1 John 2:18 - 27

Read in your Bible, app, or online 


Listen - “Antichrists”

from Breakaway Ministries App or stream online

35 minutes, epilogue is optional


Respond - Personal Reflection & Obedience

Practice writing down simple truths about Jesus. Writing about Jesus will give you confidence for speaking about Jesus. Compare to the scriptures (the Gospel of John is recommended).

Jesus is…

*The epilogue for this week’s Breakaway podcast suggests additional historical resources about Jesus.


Share - Focus Group Times

Schedule some short times in your normal drum corps routines or extra free-time for prayer, Scripture reading, Discovery Bible Study, or the questions below. Is your Focus Group able to meet after shows? If so, make a goal to do that once a week the rest of tour.

Discovery Bible Study suggestion for this week: 1 John 2:22-27

Discussion Points:

  • What are you thankful for this week?
  • Give some affirmations to each other regarding character, service to others, or ministry you have witnessed so far this summer.
  • What doubts about Jesus have you had (or heard) on tour?
  • Pray for your Focus Group that you can be witnesses for the truth of Jesus.

Personal Reflection & Recap

  • What have you learned about Jesus so far this summer?
  • Which plans for spiritual growth have worked best so far? Which haven’t? Share what you’ve learned from this self-reflection with someone.

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Week of June 25 – July 1 // Do Not Love The World // 1 John 2:15-17

What exactly about "the world" does God want us to avoid?

Box 7 Tip:

With the increasing time around buses and shows, what are the new opportunities you are seeing for ministry?

  • During show prep or “Eat, Pack, Load” time, if you are able to finish early, you might be able to gain quiet time in a shady spot near the bus or on an air-conditioned bus. You also could give your time to assist someone who is struggling with their loading or cleaning responsibilities
  • After shows, plan intentional conversations to build a new relationship or set up time with your Focus Group to read the Bible and pray

Plan: looking ahead a few days, how will I spend time with God?

Pray: where & when will I pray? what & who will I pray for?

Pursue: who is in my Focus Group, and how will we set aside time?


Week Overview

Scripture: 1 John 2:15-17

Breakaway Podcast: Do Not Love The World

Options for related reading or study:

Matthew 6:19-34

Psalm 73


We hope you will listen to this particular Breakaway podcast, as it explains a lifestyle of loving the world. Ben Stuart's summary statement is that loving the world is "a way of engaging and using the world for self-gratification and self-promotion" (around 9:00).

Key Verse

  • "And the world is passing away, along with its desires, but whoever does the will of God abides forever." 1 John 2:17

Pray

  • Suggested prayer: “Holy Father and Creator, help me to see where my desires stray to the world. Fill me with a pure love for you so that I can more humbly do your will, rather than my own. Help me to pattern my life after Jesus. Amen”

Read - 1 John 2:15-17

Writing out a short scripture is a great way to understand more of the meaning of the text (kind of like transcribing a piece of music). Try it!


Listen - “Do Not Love The World”

from Breakaway Ministries App or Stream Online

41 minutes, epilogue is optional


Respond - Personal Reflection & Obedience

The podcast adapted some questions from theologian Arthur Pink (around 23:10). Here they are for your consideration this week:

  • What do you seek with passion? What excites you? Being honored by the world or seeking to honor God?
  • What is more appealing to you: seeking physical pleasure, or seeking pleasure in God?
  • Where does your confidence lie: money, charisma, connections to people, or knowing God?
  • Where does your money go: is it all pouring into you, or some of it furthering the Gospel?
  • What most dominates your mind: positioning yourself to get what you need, or positioning yourself to enjoy the One who made you?

Share - Focus Group Times

As tour begins, you might need to adjust how your Focus Group works, or switch people in groups because of the new routines. Honestly ask your group if things are working for them. Face-to-face is better for this conversation than texting. Remember that that it only takes a few minutes to read the Bible, pray together, use the Discovery Bible Study format, or ask the discussion points below.

Discovery Bible Study suggestion for this week: 1 John 2:15-17

Discussion Points:

  • What are you thankful for this week?
  • How do you see God working in your corps?
  • Select some of the Personal Reflection points above for discussion.
  • Pray for Box 7 friends at your corps who may be struggling.

Personal Reflection & Recap

  • What is God teaching you so far this summer?
  • How do you see God working or answering prayer at your drum corps?

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Week of June 18 – 24 // Forgiven & Free // 1 John 2:12-14

How does God's grace apply to our guilt or shame?

Box 7 Tip:

If you are beginning tour this week, there will be change in your routines, stress levels, and how you spend time with God. Take a couple extra minutes to think, pray, or seek advice at your corps about how to navigate this transition.

  • For bus rides before/after shows, how can you build a habit to spend a few minutes being refreshed by Jesus?
  • If you have a new tour job on the road, what people in that tour job routine can you pursue for a God-centered relationship?

Plan: looking ahead a few days, how will I spend time with God?

Pray: where & when will I pray? what & who will I pray for?

Pursue: who is in my Focus Group, and how will we set aside time?


Week Overview

Scripture: 1 John 2:12-14

Breakaway Podcast: Forgiven & Free

Options for related reading or study

Gospel of John 16:25-33

Psalm 100


As we become a member of God's family, our fundamental identity is changed. We no longer define our identity base on activities, relationships, or mistakes. We can instead rest our true identity on Jesus, trusting in who He has declared us to be.

Key Verse

  • "... I write to you young men, because you are strong, and the word of God abides in you, and you have overcome the evil one.” 1 John 2:14

Pray

  • Suggested prayer: “Father God, I confess I sometimes dwell on and live out of my past identity. Please wash my conscience clean from guilt and shame. Help me to receive forgiveness and freedom through Jesus. Amen.”

Read

1 John 2:12-14

You can read the passage in your Bible or favorite app. Reading aloud, or listening to Bible audio on this passage will be particularly helpful.


 

Listen - “Forgiven & Free”

from Breakaway Ministries App or Stream Online

34 minutes, epilogue is optional,


Respond - Personal Reflection & Obedience

What are thoughts or beliefs you have about yourself that trap you in feelings of worthlessness or self-pity?

As a believer in Jesus, do these thoughts or feelings line up with the declarations of truth in 1 John 2:12-14?

How can you make a practice of personally meditating on the Gospel for your identity?


Share - Focus Group Times

As tour begins, you might need to adjust how your Focus Group works, or switch people in groups because of the new routines. Honestly ask your group if things are working for them. Face-to-face is better for this conversation than texting. Remember that that it only takes a few minutes to read the Bible, pray together, use the Discovery Bible Study format, or ask the discussion points below.

Discovery Bible Study suggestion for this week: 1 John 2:12-14

*Note the statements in this poem are truth for all believers, but emphasized for certain age groups.

Discussion Points:

  • What are you thankful for this week?
  • What is challenging at this point in the summer?
  • How can we keep each other accountable for spending time with God?

Personal Reflection & Recap

  • How have you shown the love of Christ to others this week?
  • What have you applied from 1 John so far this season?

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Week of June 11 – 17 // Knowing That We Know // 1 John 2:1-11

How do we know that we are in fellowship with God?

Box 7 Tips:

Are you building some close friendships where you are vulnerable about how you’re actually feeling?

  • If not, try being more interested in other people, asking questions to get to know them, rather than thinking about yourself and expecting people to pursue you.
  • Practicing healthy self-control on social media/texting habits will help you be more more “present” and aware of the potential friendships right around you.

Plan: looking ahead a few days, how will I spend time with God?

Pray: where & when will I pray? what & who will I pray for?

Pursue: who is in my Focus Group, and how will we set aside time?


Week Overview

Scripture: 1 John 2:1-11

Breakaway Podcast: Knowing That We Know

Options for related reading or study

Titus 3:3-7

Psalm 103


If we truly experience the love of God, it changes us over time. We never have to earn His love. Our sin and shame is handled by Jesus. Our hatred of other people turns to compassionate love.

Key Verse

  • "Whoever says he is in the light and hates his brother is still in darkness. Whoever loves his brother abides in the light, and in him is no cause for stumbling." 1 John 2:9-10

Pray

  • Suggested prayer: “God, I want to know your love securely, so that I willingly obey you, and can freely love other people. Please take away my sins, bring the light of Jesus into my life, and restore me to fellowship with you. Amen.”

Read - 1 John 2:1-11 - Link

You can read the passage in your Bible or favorite app. Re-reading (like doing multiple reps on music) can help you understand the scripture more.


Listen - “Knowing That We Know”

from Breakaway Ministries or Stream Online

38 minutes, epilogue is optional


Respond - Personal Reflection & Obedience

If you are a Christian, what kind of changes have you seen God bring in your life over time? What is an area of growth you still hope to see?

If you are not sure about your fellowship and security with God, is there something you are believing about yourself that does not line up with what God says about you?


Share - Focus Group Times

Schedule a short time with a small group (3-4 people is best) focused on your section, tour job, housing, or staff. You can have multiple Focus Group meetings each week, and combine with routines like stretching, eating, or dot-book work. You can read the Bible, pray together, use the Discovery Bible Study format, or use these discussion points below.

Discovery Bible Study suggestion for this week: 1 John 2:1-6

Discussion Points:

  • What are you thankful for over the last few days?
  • What is challenging right now?
  • How can we remind each other this week that God loves us? Set specific goals.
  • How can we stay honest with each other about growing in love for the members and staff in our corps?

Personal Recap

  • Just like intentional habits of routine and focus for performing in drum corps, can you build intentional habits of seeking and loving God?

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Week of June 4 – 10 // Walking In The Light // 1 John 1:5-10

How do we live in fellowship with God and other people?

Box 7 Tips:

  • If you did not try last week’s tip of finding your “spot” for quiet time, check out that tip from last week.
  • As you get settled into Move-Ins, you can ask a more experienced member or staff about how to save time in your daily routine.
  • If you have not already established a Box 7 small group or “Focus Group,” start paying attention to who you actually see often during the day. Invite them to join you for a Focus Group time this week, then commit to meet more often.

Plan: thinking ahead, where and how will I spend time with God?

​Pray: where & when will I pray? what & who will I pray for?

Pursue: who is in my Focus Group, and how will we set aside time?


Week Overview

1 John 1:5-2:2

Breakaway Podcast: “Walking in the Light”

Options for related reading or study

John 3:16-21

Psalm 32


John affirms that God is pure light. Even with our human tendency to sin, God provides a way for us to walk honestly with Him and other people.

Key Verse

  • "If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness." 1 John 1:9

Pray

Spending a minute or two in prayer before reading God’s Word or listening to a podcast can be helpful to calm your soul in a drum corps summer. A conversation with God can be simple, asking Him to understand how his truth applies to you. You can also ask Him to be working at your corps.

  • Example prayer: “God, you are the true light we need. I want to let your light into the areas of my life that I can't fix. Help me to not be afraid to confess to you and to my friends here when I sin. Thank you for your love and cleansing through Jesus. Amen.”

Read - 1 John 1:5-10

You can read the passage in your Bible or favorite app. Re-reading (like doing multiple reps on music) can help you understand the scripture more.


Listen - “Walking in the Light”
from Breakaway Ministries App or Stream Online

35 minutes, epilogue is optional


Respond - Personal Reflection & Obedience

Have you ever experienced the relief of honestly admitting your sin, anger, or doubt to someone, while still being loved by them?

Is there any present situation, here in drum corps or at home, that is a burden you need to confess? How will you do that?


Share - Focus Group Times

Schedule a short time with a small group (3-4 people is best) focused on your section, tour job, housing, or staff. You can have multiple Focus Group meetings each week, and combine with routines like stretching, eating, or dot-book work. You can read the Bible, pray together, use the Discovery Bible Study format, or use these discussion points below.

Discovery Bible Study suggestion for this week: 1 John 1:5-10

Discussion Points

  • What are you thankful for this week?
  • What has been challenging?
  • What is an area of your character, morals, or spiritual life that is likely to be in darkness this summer?
  • If you need to confess and pray with someone in this group, how would you start that conversation?

Personal Reflection & Recap

  • What goals for spiritual growth or conversation did you meet this week?
  • How have you seen God working or answering prayer?

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