When you hear the word “justice” what comes to mind? What example of injustice do you notice in the world?
Have you ever been in a situation where you believed you were treated “unjustly?”
Can you think of an example of someone who claimed they were treated unfairly, but it was really just an attempt to cover up their own poor choices?
Read Micah 6.1-8.
What stood out to you from this passage?
What is the Lord trying to address by His words in verses 1-4?
Based on verses 6-7, how did the people think they might regain God’s favor? How do these correspond to ways people think they can gain God’s favor today?
What does verse 8 tell us about what God is really looking for from us?
This Sunday we heard about pursuing justice through our work (the jeans factory in Madagascar) and in the community (Life Remodeled / Hope & Harbor). Where else have you seen God’s people involved working for justice?
How have you advocated for others through your work or in the community?
We also heard about the need to “honor” every person. Why is this hard sometimes?
Why should we as believers give honor to every person? What would this look like in practical terms?
Who belongs to your “in group” and your “out group”?
How can the church and families help children and students develop a heart for serving others? Share examples of what has worked in your life? What have you seen others do?
What next steps do you need to take this week to help foster sticky justice with the next generation?
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