I'd Like You More if You Were More like Me Leader Connect Guide, John Ortberg
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I'd Like You More if You Were More like Me Leader Connect Guide

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The word intimacy can make any small group a little uncomfortable. In I’d Like You More if You Were More like Me, John Ortberg shows readers that true closeness with others can start with the most mundane, everyday moments of connection and explains why intimacy is not something to fear but something to work toward.
With space to jot down reminders, observations, and prayers, this six-session leader connect guide equips the reader to lead a small group through Ortberg’s book and the accompanying DVD. It also encourages leaders with motivating quotes, easy-to-lead discussion questions, and simple exercises to guide a group past awkwardness and on to meaningful relationships.

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Sasha Pavelchuk
Sasha Pavelchukhas quoted4 months ago
Are you blushing yet? No worries. Red is a very flattering color. Let’s keep going. At the top of the next blank page write the word relationship. Make it big and bold too. Use a different color if you like. Then underneath that word write down all the words, phrases, adjectives, verbs, nouns, metaphors, images, phone numbers, etc. that come to mind when you think of relationship. When you’re finished doing that, go on to the following page.
All finished? Good job. Now one more thing. Go back and look at both of your pages and circle any words or ideas that showed up on both your Intimacy page and your Relationship page.
Did you have any circles? If so, consider how those circled items represent a connection between intimacy and relationship. If you don’t have any circles, think about that for a minute. Why does intimacy seem separate from the concept of relationship for you?
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