We started off the evening with an ice breaker (no pun intended). We filled two containers with water and ice and then dropped a bag of gummy worms in each container. We had volunteers, one guy and one girl, come up and using their bare feet retrieve the worms. The one who got the most worms out of the water with their feet in 60 seconds won. Lots of fun to watch! The winners received gift certificates to a local frozen yogurt shop.
Our lesson last night focused on friendship relationships taking a look at David and Jonathon in 1 Samuel 18:1-9. Friends:
- Are Committed
- Find value in each other
- Give each other wiggle room (don't smother a relationship)
- Love their friends
Read: Proverbs 18:24; 12:26; 27:17
List out, as a group, the friendship qualities you see in these verses:
Have you seen this happening in your friendships and in our youth group? Have you been guilty of this yourself?
What are ways you can be a true friend to others this week?
Who is the close Christian friend you can go to? You “go to friend”?
Have you ever been the friend that stood by and did nothing when you saw a friend make a bad choice?
Read: 1 Corinthians 15:33
Has this ever been true in your life? Have you ever been fooled?
What were the consequences?
Do you have friends that are a bad influence on you who you allow to influence you and bring you down?
How are you God’s friend? James 4:8a - this is how you have this friendship with God
We finished the night with an hour of Hang Time and ate 10 pizzas and 2 gallons of my special lemon fruit punch recipe. As students departed they picked up more Lifebooks to give out at school this week.