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- What's your favorite outdoor activity? Would you enjoy being part of a group like Trail Life?
- Describe the most difficult physical challenge you've ever faced. What made it so hard, and how did you feel after it was over?
- Buddy was overwhelmed by the idea of hiking 100 miles, so his dad told him to focus on the reward rather than the task. How might focusing on the reward help you get through a challenge you're facing right now?
- Read Proverbs 4:23. What are some things we should all guard our hearts against if we want to "walk worthy" for Jesus?
- Think of situations that might involve taking an oath or a vow (examples: a marriage vow, an oath of office, etc.). Why is it important to keep promises like those? How can a vow improve our chances of success?
- What do the words in the Trailman Oath mean to you? Which parts of this pledge seem easy? Which would be harder?
- Although stealing is clearly wrong (Exodus 20:15, Ephesians 4:28), Jay tried to justify taking something that didn't belong to him. When has someone tried to convince you that sinning wasn't so bad? How did you respond?
- How did the fates of Buddy and Jay in this episode illustrate Proverbs 11:3 and 28:13? What did you think of Buddy's decision not to abandon Jay?
- Do you have a neighbor who, like Mr. Hendelman, could use a hand? . . . uh . . . a little help? What talents has God given you that might benefit someone in need?
- Buddy and his dad made memories on a fun, father-son trip. If you could plan your own parent/child outing, where would you go and what would you do?
|Leonard Norman||Stuart Allan|
|Jay Smouse||Whit Hertford|
|Mr. Handelman||William Knight|
|Derek Norman||Scott Whyte|
|Captain Spiff||Scott Whyte|
|Eugene Meltsner||Will Ryan|
- This episode's ministry is Trail Life.
- Captain Spiff may have referenced Star Wars when he said "Do or Do not, there is no think"
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