About The Series: Reset
Common to tech in our modern world is crashes, freezes, and viruses. When these happen the best thing to do is reset. We find what’s true of tech is often true of life. The Bible is full of lives that crash, freeze, and get viruses that destroy God’s design. Find out in this series how God provides for resets.
Do The Homework
Click on the titles below to view the homework for each message. If you’ve not listened to the messages yet, we encourage to listen to them first to better understand the purpose of this homework.
Who’s the problem solver in your family? How often do you reset your stuff?
Give an example of someone you know who had a life reset. What was the cause?
What will it cost you to reset your life? What will it cost you not too?
Make a list of what your priorities were last year based on where you spent your money and time.
Look at your list from Monday and rearrange your priorities to be what you would like them to be in this New Year.
Write down 3 practical things you will do in the New Year to make sure your priorities match your behavior.
Make a list of the closest relationships in your life and give each a rating from 1-5. 1 being very unhealthy and 5 being very healthy.
From your homework yesterday, write down the 3 relationships that your rated the lowest. Write down what steps would you have to take to give them opportunity to reset.
From the steps you wrote down on Tuesday, pick one or two you will act on and a date by which you’ll do it.
Write down two areas of your spiritual life that you would like to reset or improve in the coming year.
Write down the rewards you believe will come from working on the areas of your spiritual life that you wrote down yesterday. Then write down all the negatives that may happen if you fail to develop these areas.