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Week 3 Conversation


When it’s not easy to do what’s right, it’s still worth it.


Mark 6:17–29; 1 Peter 3:14–18; Hebrews 13:18


  • Would you rather never be able to lie or know when everyone else is lying and have to confront them about it?
  • How would you describe integrity to someone else?
  • On a scale of one to five (five being most important), how important is it to be someone who lives with integrity?
  • What is something in the story of John the Baptist that surprised you?
  • Why might God choose to allow John to go through what he did?
  • What is something you noticed in Peter’s letter that you could start doing in your life?
  • Who is someone that encourages you to share what you are experiencing honestly? How can you do that for others?
  • If you were asked to help teach someone younger than you how to live with integrity, what would be one thing you would say?
  • Read Hebrews 13:18. Where is the one place in your life where we can pray for you to do what is right even if it is not easy?
  • What keeps you from living with integrity? What is one way you want to address that this week? How can we support you?