One of the hardest lessons in life is learning how to deal with regret. And one of the most valuable lessons is learning how to avoid it altogether. In every choice our students make, they have the power to walk down two roads: I wish I had or I’m glad I did. And when they understand that God will be with them in the midst of every decision they make, every moment of pressure they feel (and even those times when they don’t make the best decision and have to deal with the sting of regret) they can walk through life with courage and discover who God has created them to be.
Session One: Get Smart (May 15)
We all have regrets—decisions we wish we could take back. And sometimes we get the chance to realize the benefits of a good decision. So what makes the difference between the two? And what does Jesus have to say that can help us have less “I wish I had” moments and more “I’m glad I did” ones?