Spend some time asking about the highs and lows of each other’s week. Consider asking these questions: In what ways do you feel like God has been tugging on your heart through this Exodus series? Explain.
Read Exodus 14-15:21 together.
How did this sermon/text deepen your faith? How did it challenge you? Explain.
What resonated with you the most from this sermon/text? Explain.
What did this passage teach you about God? What did it teach you about yourself? How does this passage impact how you view God, yourself, and others?
Which day from the daily work resonated with you most? Why? Which day challenged you most? Why?
How have you seen sin continue to “pursue” you? What arenas of your life does this show up in? Why do you that is? In what ways have you experienced freedom as a result of Christ pursuing you?
How have you seen the reality of fear at work in your own life? Where do you think your fears stem from? What are they rooted in?
What might you need to unplug from in our culture to help you experience freedom from fear? What attributes of God do you need to press into to help you uproot your fear?
How did you get creative on day five? Why did you create what you did?
How does this passage, sermon, or daily work challenge you to live differently?
What do you sense God doing in you that you need to respond to?
What do you sense God doing around you that you think He is inviting you into?
What do you sense God doing through you that you need courage for?
At this time, the group may want to split into smaller, gendered groups.
Who are you in God’s eyes? Who are you in the eyes of this group?
What has your time in God’s Word and prayer been like this week?
What have you learned from Jesus this week?
Have you consistently reflected the love of Christ to those in your life this week?
Where have you wrestled with temptation this week?
What strongholds have you wrestled with this week?
Have you been 100% honest?
Spend time as a group in prayer for anything that surfaced during the discussion/accountability time that you think needs to be brought before the Lord.