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One on One

Activities to help nurture faith.

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For this month, our activity is all about the connection between truth and trust in relationships. How often do we ask others to promise, and believe promises without any need for further “proof,” because we know we can trust and love them? Find a good time to get together as a family and discuss how much we must trust others in order to find out the truth, in various scenarios. Which comes first: knowing something is the truth or trusting someone is an honest person? Playact out how the same situation could result in either in discovering the truth (a good, righteous outcome) or being betrayed by falsehood (an evil result), depending who and whether we decide to trust in such a situation. Lead the discussion to how all Truth rests in knowing and trusting in Christ, Who will never betray our trust and therefore guarantees us access to real Truth.

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