Every Lifetree Small Group session is based on a powerful video. Each session features a real-life story, a deep Bible connection, and on-screen questions designed to draw group members into thoughtful discussion and bring them closer to each other--and to God! No leader guide or participant guide required.
In this session, your small group will engage in conversation and consider this question: How is it possible to forgive the unforgivable?
This session features the story of Terri Roberts, whose son, Charles Roberts, barricaded himself inside an Amish schoolhouse and shot 10 young Amish girls. Charles then killed himself. Terri, who was working nearby at the time of the shootings, found that she was quickly embraced by her Amish neighbors, even those whose daughters had died in the schoolhouse execution. Observers were stunned when Amish buggies arrived and the Amish community stood by Terri as she tearfully buried her son.
Use this session to engage your small group with these topics:
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Coping with tragedy
Moving forward after a tragedy