Start off with prayer. Choose one or more questions to open up with.
What are you doing for Thanksgiving Dinner?
Do you cook or do you go to someone else’s place?
Open YouVersion and take turns reading: 2 Kings 5:1-3, 2 Kings 5:9-12, Matthew 7:7, 1 John 5:14, Philippians 4:6-7, 2 Kings 5:13-14
Main theme from this week's message: Making Room for a Miracle - Week 3
Main Point: You don’t have to have a title to lead. The best leaders don't set out to be a leader. They set out to make a difference and in the process they become a leader.
Talk-it-Out: "In what ways can you step up and be the leader and initiator in someone else's miracle?"
Main Point: God doesn’t work in our lives if all we do is talk about the problems. We have to talk about the possibilities.
Talk-it-Out: In the worst circumstances, Naaman’s servant remained in a state of possibilities for a miracle. How can we change our thought patterns to see the possibilities rather than the problem?
Main Point: Some of the greatest miracles happen over time.
Talk-it-Out: Pastor talked about when he and Pastor Sheila sat in a nice restaurant sharing desert, dreaming about the possibilities. Is there something you’ve been waiting on or praying about for a very long time, but nothing seems to be happening? Share what your prayer or dream is and how long you’ve been waiting for it to come to pass?
Main Point: Many of you have a possibility so big inside of you that it’s going to be weeks and years in process.
Talk-it-Out: This is really all about having faith and trusting God for the possibilities in your life, for your family, for your future and for your legacy you leave. Discuss how you struggle with faith or how you build up your faith for the things you are believing God for.
Write out the things you are struggling with and what you are believing God for.
This week, pray over the things you’ve written down. Consider what you might need to initiate for your miracle or possibly, someone else’s.
Finish group with prayer requests and praise reports
“Being a leader is like being a lady. If you have to remind people you are, you aren't.” Margaret Thatcher
"If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more, and become more, you are a leader." John Quincy Adams