Discuss Together We are all creatures of habit in some way. Is there an area where this shows up in a specific way in your life? Is it sitting in the same seat, eating at a particular restaurant, watching a show, or something else? Read Acts 1:8 and Acts 8:1-4. What was the mission Jesus gave His followers? Why do you think God wound up using persecution as a catalyst to go? Does that surprise you? It’s easy to stay right where we’re at when things are comfortable but that may not be what’s best. Is there a time where you were forced to change, leave something safe and comfortable, go, or do something that wound up being for the best in your life? Share what happened. In what ways have you had to innovate through this crisis? Jeff said, “All of us have a gap between our aspirations about who we want to be and how we actually live. That’s normal, nobody’s perfect. But it’s easy to be fairly comfortable with that gap. This crisis has the potential to change that, to knock us into a new normal and really consider what in life is most important and what kind of person we want to be.” Is there a place in your life where you see a gap? Has this season compelled you to address it? Have you felt like this “curveball” season has helped you clarify what is most important and what your life’s mission is? If so, how? To be a Here For Good person means to give (support organizations that are doing good in our community), serve (use our gifts to make a difference), and include (unite with others to bring about good). Which of those three areas do you want to focus on right now? Get specific. NEXT STEPS Commit to be a Here For Good person. Outline one specific step you will take between now and the next time you meet. For example, you could go online to give $20, choose a way to serve, and/or invite or reach out to a friend.