You will need:
Think of the name of someone who has wronged you in your life. What is it that they did? How are you still holding onto the pain of that time. It could be something big but it could also be something small.
You write the name of the person on the rock and pray for them. Pray for the lord to help you forgive them but also pray for their lives. Pray for their lives to be transformed and for God to work in them to create them like new. (If you need inspiration then check out the story of Paul/Saul in the new testament)
When you are done wash the name off in water, symbolizing forgiveness and renewal of both them and you.
Remember that forgiving someone doesn’t necessarily mean allowing them back into your life but is about letting go of the anger and hurt that can consume you and distract you from your relationship with your loving God.
PRAYER WALK THE NEIGHBOURHOOD
Walk and pray for each house in your neighbourhood.
Right now you can’t necesarily help in a practical way but you can lift each person up in prayer. Pray for what’s going on in each of those families and individuals lives also pray for how you can be a light and a blessing to them beyond this time of lockdown and into the rest of your time as their neighbours.
Think about what Sunday means to you. What do you think is Good about Jesus’ death on the cross?
Write down words or phrases of key things you heard or reflected on.
Turn your phrases into a poem, prayer, rap or other creative writing.
When you’ve finished, show the poem to one of the leaders – or share it on your social media to encourage others.