Discuss Together Describe a time where you received outstanding, above and beyond service. What made it stand out?Jeff shared, “There is this meter built into us in relationships where we internally measure how well-served we are. In our key relationships, something in our brain keeps a scorecard.” What do you think are some common ways we keep score in relationships? What does this look like?Read John 13:1-17. What would be the equivalent of washing feet in our culture today that would have been shocking to see Jesus, the Son of God, do for others?Where is it easy for you to have an “out-serve the other” mindset? Where is it difficult? What makes it challenging?Should there ever be boundaries in how much we serve someone else? Is it ever appropriate to keep score in a relationship? What have you learned?Who is someone you’ve known that did a great job of quietly out-serving others? How did the way they live impact those around them?Is there a specific relationship where you feel like you’ve been keeping a scorecard? How can you out-serve that person this week? NEXT STEPS Outside of the Christian community, and sometimes within it, serving will often feel one-sided. But when we serve others in a Jesus-loving way it can throw people off, and they may ask, “Why are you doing this for me?” Think of a way you can shock others through radical service. Brainstorm as a group—with your friends or family—a way you can take your serve quotient up to the “love like Jesus” level this week.