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Pack Your Bags Audio Download Bundle with Messages by Andy Stanley, Clay Scroggins, And Darren Youngstrom

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When one season ends and a new one begins, we all wonder what comes next. That question can be exciting and stressful. So, how do you best navigate life’s biggest transitions? Messages by Andy Stanley, Clay Scroggins, And Darren Youngstrom


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When one season ends and a new one begins, we all wonder what comes next. That question can be exciting and stressful. So, how do you best navigate life’s biggest transitions?


Pack Your Bags, Part 1: Now and Then - Message by Andy Stanley

Life is full of change. Transitions can be both exciting and stressful. That’s because we can’t see into the future. We can’t tell what comes next. But what if there was a way to prepare for the next season? What if you could do something now to influence where you end up then?

"Doing, not hearing, is what makes the difference. Doing, not hearing, will determine if you are prepared for what’s next." —Andy Stanley #PackYourbags

David went from humble shepherd to national hero to great king. But he wasn't great because of his reputation or military prowess. He was great because of where he'd learned to place his hope.

"Way better than a promise or a plan is preparation." —Andy Stanley #PackYourbags

"The most liberating thing is forgiving those who have been cruel to you." —Andy Stanley #PackYourbags

Scripture: James 1:22 — “Do not merely listen to the word, and so deceive yourselves. Do what it says.”

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

  1. How do you typically respond to change? Does it excite you? Does it stress you out? Do you experience a combination of both excitement and stress?

  2. During the message, Andy said, “There’s no necessary correlation between knowing what’s next and being prepared for what’s next.” Think about a time when you knew what was coming next, but still found yourself unprepared when the change arrived. What could you have done differently to create a smoother transition?

  3. Think about your current season of life. How stressful was your transition into this season? When you were in your previous season, did you do anything to prepare for this season?

  4. Read James 1:22–25. Has Scripture ever revealed something about you that you needed to change? If so, what did you do?

  5. Is there a piece of wisdom from the Bible that you know, but haven’t yet done anything about? How might your life be different if you began to apply what you know?

  6. Whether you’re currently in transition or life seems stable, what is one thing you can do now to prepare for the next season?


Pack Your Bags, Part 2: Motion Sickness - Message by Clay Scroggins

We’re all headed somewhere. Arriving at our new destinations requires change. For most of us, change creates stress. Just like when we travel on a boat, plane, or in a car, traveling through life can give us motion sickness. We’re knocked off balance. The ground beneath our feet doesn’t feel solid. So how do you prepare for what’s next when the anxiety of transition has you fighting motion sickness?

"The strength of any relationship is directly proportional to the amount of trust in the relationship." —Clay Scroggins #PackYourbags

If you want to fight the “motion sickness” caused by life’s transitions, you need something to focus on. You need something to hold onto. You need an anchor you can hold onto in transition. Anchor your life to the God who loved you enough to send his Son to die for you. When your hope is anchored to God, you’re never alone, you’re always protected, and you can be confident that whatever you’re facing, it’s not the end.

"Hope is the most powerful anchor for our motion-sickened souls." —Clay Scroggins #PackYourbags

"When your hope is anchored to God, you're never alone." —Clay Scroggins #PackYourbags

Scripture: Hebrews 6:19a — “We have this hope as an anchor for the soul, firm and secure.”

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

  1. Do you tend to suffer from motion sickness when you travel? If so, what do you do to combat it?

  2. Talk about a time when you saw someone handle a difficult transition with extraordinary grace. What did you learn from watching that person?

  3. Read Hebrews 6:16–20. When your circumstances change, is it tempting to assume your relationship with God has changed in some way? Why or why not?

  4. During the message, Clay said, “Hope is the most powerful anchor for our motion-sickened souls.” Is that difficult for you to believe? Why or why not?

  5. Think about previous periods of transition in your life. Have you ever placed your hope in something or someone that wasn’t strong enough to anchor you? If so, what happened?

  6. How can this group support you? What is preventing you from trusting God as your anchor in whatever you’re in the middle of? What can you do to focus on your heavenly Father and make him your anchor during this transition?


Pack Your Bags, Part 3: Know What You Don't Know - Message by Clay Scroggins

We’re all headed somewhere. We’re all moving toward a new season. And none of us has been where we’re going. Yet it’s up to us to figure out what we need to pack in our bags so that we’re prepared for that coming season. But how can you know what you’ll need when the coming season is a mystery? How can you know what you don’t know?

"What keeps you from asking for advice will keep you from thriving in life." —Clay Scroggins #PackYourbags

Seeing what’s coming next doesn’t ensure success in the next season. Seeing what’s coming next doesn’t ensure knowing what the next season will require. But someone else has experienced what you’re about to experience. Someone else knows what you don’t know. Seek out that person’s advice. Be willing to listen to what he or she has to say.

Scripture: Proverbs 28:26 — “Those who trust in themselves are fools,but those who walk in wisdom are kept safe.”

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

  1. Do you tend to suffer from motion sickness when you travel? If so, what do you do to combat it?

  2. Talk about a time when you saw someone handle a difficult transition with extraordinary grace. What did you learn from watching that person?

  3. Read Hebrews 6:16–20. When your circumstances change, is it tempting to assume your relationship with God has changed in some way? Why or why not?

  4. During the message, Clay said, “Hope is the most powerful anchor for our motion-sickened souls.” Is that difficult for you to believe? Why or why not?

  5. Think about previous periods of transition in your life. Have you ever placed your hope in something or someone that wasn’t strong enough to anchor you? If so, what happened?

  6. How can this group support you? What is preventing you from trusting God as your anchor in whatever you’re in the middle of? What can you do to focus on your heavenly Father and make him your anchor during this transition?


Pack Your Bags, Part 4: Praying Ahead - Message by Andy Stanley

We’re all headed somewhere. Arriving at our new destinations requires change. For most of us, change creates stress. Sometimes you know what’s coming next—graduation, wedding, new baby, new job, retirement. But there’s no correlation between knowing what’s next and being prepared for what’s next. So, how do you prepare for the next season when you can see what’s coming?

"We miss the downside to decisions when we get enamored with the upside." —Andy Stanley #PackYourbags

Look ahead and embrace what you see. Respond to it. It’s the only way to avoid trouble. If you can see a new season ahead, now is the time to take refuge in your heavenly Father. Now is better than later. Now will make later better.

Scripture: Proverbs 27:12 — “The prudent see danger and take refuge, but the simple keep going and suffer for it.”

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

  1. On a scale of 1 to 10, how much stress do you usually experience during periods of change? How does your level of stress affect how you navigate change?

  2. When have you learned from someone else’s mistakes? What consequences did you avoid by learning from that other person’s experience?

  3. Think about a time when you could see what was coming next, but still felt overwhelmed when it came. Could you have done anything differently to prepare for that season?

  4. What decision—good or bad—have you made in the past that is affecting your present and will continue to affect your future?

  5. Read Proverbs 27:12. How good are you at acknowledging danger that you desperately don’t want to see? Do you think it’s possible to develop the ability to “see danger and take refuge,” or do you think it’s a gift some have and some don’t?

  6. Can you see change ahead? If so, what can you do this week to take refuge in God?


Pack Your Bags, Part 5: Yesterdays Investment - Message by Darren Youngstrom

We’re all headed somewhere. Arriving at our new destinations requires change. For most of us, change creates stress. We want to make wise decisions. We want to make sure the choices we make set us up for future success. More than that, we want to make sure our choices help future generations. Half of college students who grew up in church drift away while at school. But we don’t have to accept the status quo. So, how can yesterday’s investments continue to pay off tomorrow?

"Yesterday’s investments pay off tomorrow by being intentional." —Darren Youngstrom #PackYourBags

There is no better investment you can make than in the faith of future generations. We have to find a way to tell them, “We’re behind you. We’re with you. We’re for you.” Yesterday’s investments will pay off tomorrow if you’re intentional. How can you be intentional about shaping tomorrow?

Scripture: 1 Timothy 4:12 — “Don’t let anyone look down on you because you are young, but set an example for the believers in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith and in purity.”

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

  1. Was your transition out of your parents’ home after high school smooth or difficult? What made it that way?

  2. What is one thing from your past you wish you could do over?

  3. What did your faith look like in your early adult years? Did you drift during that season? Was faith even on your radar? What motivated you to approach your faith the way you did back then?

  4. Read 1 Timothy 4:12. Talk about a time when you saw a young person set an example for older people. How did that young person influence you?

  5. Think of the name of one person coming up behind you that you could invest in. Are you currently investing in that person? Why or why not?

  6. What is one thing you can do to demonstrate to a younger person that you are behind him or her? How can this group support you?

Darren Youngstrom:
Darren is the High School Director at North Point Community Church (NPCC) in Alpharetta, Georgia. He has been with NPCC for the last 6 years. An interesting fact about Darren is that he is a lifelong Chicago Cubs fan who got to attend Game 4 of World Series! Darren has been married to Mollie for 6 years and they have 2 Children.

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