I have an addiction. - April 15
I have an addiction. Discussion Guide
What was the best thing that happened to you this past week? What was the worst thing?
What is something you learned from this sermon?
What do you think are the most common addictions today?
How do addictions develop in people’s lives?
Which of the different aspects of Dan’s breakdown of the “DNA of grace” (Hope, Community, Identity Found, Reorientation, Habituation, Deliverance) resonated with you the most? Which do you think is most important in helping someone heal from an addiction? Why?
How might Scriptures like Colossians 1:13-14 and Psalm 139:7-12 speak hope into your life whenever you face hard places like addiction? What do these passages reveal to you about God?
How have you have been personally impacted because someone in your life suffers from an addiction? What is that like for you? How do you see that addiction affect that person?
Have you, at some point, been addicted to something? What was it? How did that addiction affect your way of life?
What are ways in which you can be a light to people who are living in a cellar of despair caused by their addiction?
This week, meditate and pray Psalm 3:2-4 as a group.
When the concerns of life are more than enough for you, you can find hope in a God who is more than enough for those concerns. To go deeper in your relationship with God and others, here are some next steps for you:
- Attend Welcome to the Creek! This is place where you can find out more information about who we are as a church. This experience occurs the 1st and 3rd weekend of every month in South Room 2 during the 11:00 service.
- Check out other “More Than Enough” resources! If you are looking for additional help regarding this sermon series, we have created a page on our website to help you navigate the concerns of life. You can find them at www.thecreek.org/morethanenough.