God’s Plan for Your Wellbeing

We have heard a lot about wellbeing recently and many of us have faced some tough challenges whether that be living with isolation, dealing with anxiety, stress related to work or finances and sadly coming to terms with loss. Whilst there is practical wisdom out there in the world, this series looks to the God who created us and to His word, for guidance about how we can improve our sense of wellbeing and find peace in Him.

Introduction

God's Plan for Your Wellbeing

Sim Dendy

Further Thoughts:

Questions to consider:

  • Why has “wellbeing” become such an important subject?
  • How might our wellbeing affect those around us?
  • How much have you considered that God is involved in your wellbeing in the
    areas outlined?

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Part 1

Mindset Wellbeing

Sim Dendy

Further Thoughts:

Questions to consider:

  • When you meet someone for the first time, how do you like to introduce
    yourself? What themes do we use to define ourselves?
  • Can you think of a time when confidence in your own identity has been
    challenged? How did you overcome the challenge?
  • In your lifetime, who has inspired you to grow?

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Part 2

Physical Wellbeing

Tim Parker

Further Thoughts:

Questions to consider:

  • Think of a time when you felt in great shape physically. How did this make
    you feel?
  • What do you think motivates people to make a positive change?
  • Simon describes our bodies as ‘a gift’. If you believe in God what do you think
    he thinks about the human body? If you’re not sure about God, what do you
    think the Christian God thinks about our physical wellbeing?

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Part 3

Emotional Wellbeing

Sim & Lottie Dendy

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Part 4

Spiritual Wellbeing

Judith Kirkland

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Part 5

Relational Wellbeing

Jo Ibbott

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Part 6

Financial Wellbeing

Sim Dendy

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