To show that we are meant to live a lifestyle of worship.
These are meant to spark conversation within your group. Use one, use none, or use them all. Most importantly feel out where your group is at and get them talking.You can find some ice breaker games / discussions in the leader hub as well
What was one of your favorite songs as a kid?
whats your favorite song right now?
does anyone here play any instruments?
whats a song you are embarrassed to say you know every word to?
READ PSALMS 5:7
Encourage your Crew to open their Bibles (or app) and ask one of them to read the passage.
The psalmist here says that he worships because of something. What is that something?
He also says that when he worships it is In “deepest awe”. What do you think that means?
MAKE IT PERSONAL
In your life Is worship a response or something you have to do? Be open and honest. If it’s just something you feel like you have to do, why do you feel that way? If it’s a response what is it in response to?
Worship is meant to be directed to God, do you feel like your focus in worship is on God, or on how you feel about the songs?
Have you ever been in a worship service, or had an experience in worship that sticks out to you? If so what was different?
ACT ON IT
Worshipping God with all that you are, fully engaged In worship, matters. How can you realign your focus during worship?
The Bible also talks about how we worship God with our lives through the way we act, what we say, and what we prioritize. How can you better worship God through the way your life is lived out?
Ask your Crew if there is anything that we can pray for, write them down, and then end the night in prayer. Encourage another student to kick off the prayer and then you finish up.