The VOW – The Vow of Pursuit (week 2)

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Welcome Back!!!

Welcome to a New LifeGroup Session!

Before we jump into our study, let’s take a moment to remember that there are THREE things we want to see happen every time our LifeGroups gather:

– Movement towards Each Other
– Movement towards God
– Movement towards our Community

Our questions follow this same format. All of the questions are designed towards movement. We hope you enjoy your time together in your LifeGroup.
**Remember, our goal is to deepen our relationship with Jesus and each other. Use the questions that are help and skip the rest.


Wedding vows are more than a declaration of love – they hold the keys to a strong, lasting marriage.
Whether you hope to get married someday or you’ve already tied the knot, discover what The VOW can mean to your present and future.

Last Week: For those that are married, take time this week to evaluate your priorities and then read Ephesians 5:28-33. How are you doing?
For those that are single, take time this week to look at your life priorities and how they match up in your relationships. How are you doing?

Two Weeks Ago: Spend time this week in John 15:1-11. Rejoice in the Salvation of Jesus Christ and live in it this week!

Key Verse:

Let each of you look not only to his own interests, but also to the interests of others.” Philippians 2:4

Movement Towards Each Other (know the people in your group)
What is one of your hobbies?

Movement Towards God (grow in your relationship with God)
What type of shopper are you?
When shopping for clothes, what is the average time it takes you?
How long will you pursue something to find a bargain?
What does it mean to “pursue” something?
What is something that you pursue often (ie – where do you spend your time)?
What is something that you wish you would pursue in your life but don’t?
Read Genesis 29:18-20; Genesis 2:24
What did Jacob have to do to marry Rachel?
In a dating/marriage relationship, what does it mean to pursue someone?
Explain what it would look like for someone would “pursue” you
If you marry the person, is the pursuit over? Explain
What do you think would cause that part of the relationship to fizzle once you get married?
Why is the pursuit important, even after you get married?
Read Colossians 4:6
What is the last compliment you received?
How did that make you feel?
Why are word of affirmation important in any relationship?
How would someone affirm you with words?
Read Philippians 2:3-4
What does this passage mean in dating/marriage relationships?
How does this passage apply to a non dating relationship?
What does it mean to be selfish in a relationship?
What does serving look like in a relationship?
Which is more attractive? Why?

Movement Towards Community (they see the change in you)
If you are married, how are you pursuing your spouse? What could you do this week?
If you are single, how can you be an encouragement to a friend this week?

Checking In Each Time We Meet: