   I. Have the Same Mind…!

Philippians 2:1-8 A. If (in Christ) 2:1 1. Comfort in Christ 2. Comfort of love 3. Fellowship of the Spirit 4. Compassionate Mercy B. Have the same Mind…!? 2:2 1. The Command a. Being like minded… b. Having the same love… c. United in soul… d. Of one mind… How do you have the same mind!!!!???

The Fortress
October 28th, 2007 - 6:30-8:00
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5min Basket Dodge ball Copy Cats

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Announcements Lesson
Having the Same Mind

II. Have Jesus’ Mind… vs. 5
A. Example of Christ 1. He was God… vs. 6 2. Became a man… vs. 7 a. no reputation, servant, human b. The bum in the bus station… 3. Died…

Breakout
1. Is any body in your life that you can’t stand? Think about that person you don’t like… 2. Have you treated them like Jesus treated you? 3. Do you have any friends that need to hear the “hard truth”? 4. Do you care about people? 5. Do people know you care about them?

III. How to have the same mind
A. Have Christ mind B. Not Selfishly ambitious C. Humble mind D. Think of others as better than you! E. Care about what other people care about! F. Care enough to tell the hard truth (BJ + Drew)

The Fortress The Fortress
October 28th, 2007 - 6:30-8:00
Flow-In

October 28th, 2007 - 6:30-8:00
Flow-In

5min Basket Dodge ball Copy Cats

5min Basket Dodge ball Copy Cats

Game

Game

Announcements Lesson
Having the Same Mind Breakout
1. Is any body in your life that you can’t stand? Think about that person you don’t like… 2. Have you treated them like Jesus treated you? 3. Do you have any friends that need to hear the “hard truth”? 4. Do you care about people? 5. Do people know you care about them?

Announcements Lesson
Having the Same Mind Breakout
1. Is any body in your life that you can’t stand? Think about that person you don’t like… 2. Have you treated them like Jesus treated you? 3. Do you have any friends that need to hear the “hard truth”? 4. Do you care about people? 5. Do people know you care about them?

Basket Dodge Ball
Begin with 4 teams. Begin with all the basket balls and dodge balls in center of basketball court. Teams line up outside of court in each of the 4 corners. Number off so that each team has the same numbers on each team. (Ex. game leader calls #2 and four number 2's enter the court.) A round begins when a number is called. They enter the court and must choose to make a basket and score for their team or grab a dodge ball and get someone out on the other team. The round ends when all are out or have scored a basket. Baskets are 2 points. The object is to not get hit and be the first team to score 21 points.

Basket Dodge Ball
Begin with 4 teams. Begin with all the basket balls and dodge balls in center of basketball court. Teams line up outside of court in each of the 4 corners. Number off so that each team has the same numbers on each team. (Ex. game leader calls #2 and four number 2's enter the court.) A round begins when a number is called. They enter the court and must choose to make a basket and score for their team or grab a dodge ball and get someone out on the other team. The round ends when all are out or have scored a basket. Baskets are 2 points. The object is to not get hit and be the first team to score 21 points.

Copy Cats
Divide the group into smaller groups of six. Groups should sit in circles but facing out rather than in and select a leader. Every participant is given a piece of paper and a pencil. Instruct the groups that there is going to be an art contest, but only the leader of each group knows what to draw. Give group leaders a few minutes to think about what they will draw. The leader of each group then begins to draw. As he does so, the person on his left begins to imitate line for line what the leader is drawing. As each person begins to draw, the person on his left begins to copy what is being drawn. When all the pictures are completed, compare them with the original drawing by the leader of the group. Good for lots of laughs!! (By facing out fewer people can see the original being drawn, and the results will be more outlandish.)

Copy Cats
Divide the group into smaller groups of six. Groups should sit in circles but facing out rather than in and select a leader. Every participant is given a piece of paper and a pencil. Instruct the groups that there is going to be an art contest, but only the leader of each group knows what to draw. Give group leaders a few minutes to think about what they will draw. The leader of each group then begins to draw. As he does so, the person on his left begins to imitate line for line what the leader is drawing. As each person begins to draw, the person on his left begins to copy what is being drawn. When all the pictures are completed, compare them with the original drawing by the leader of the group. Good for lots of laughs!! (By facing out fewer people can see the original being drawn, and the results will be more outlandish.)