TGR-S5E1 ValueStorming

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We begin Season 5 of The Great Reset by building on last week’s Retrospective as we explore the values we must share in order to Love More Like Jesus.

Things get really interesting 33 minutes in…

Question: How can we develop the trust needed to co-disciple each other’s hearts to follow Jesus?

Perspective: Via the practice of sharing, understanding, and refining one another’s most important values.

Specifically, we want to use this session to better understand each other’s expectations and aspirations.

To do that, we ask each of you to write down five words, phrases, or Bible verses that reflect what you’d like to see more of in our group, that you believe would help us all Love More Like Jesus. For example, Les Parrott suggests Mindful, Approachable, Graceful, Bold, and Self-Giving.

Verses

  • Who can understand the human heart? There is nothing else so deceitful; it is too sick to be healed. — Jeremiah 17:9
  • Out of the same mouth come blessing and cursing. My brothers, this should not be! — James 3:10
  • So stop telling lies. Let us tell our neighbors the truth, for we are all parts of the same body. — Ephesians 4:25

One thought on “TGR-S5E1 ValueStorming

  1. As a Follower of Jesus who wants to LMLJ (Love More Like Jesus)
    I want to find (co-construct) a community where I (and others) can be authentic and accountable at scale to getting better at that, “Iron sharpening iron” [Rather than just conforming to the biases of a particular leader]

    Or, as DJ put it: “replicating a social structure that can self-correct (i.e. align with God) while also maintaining identity.”

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