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What if faith looks different than you expect?
With her active life devastated by a tragic accident, Ragnhild is confronted by the realization that surrendering in life’s valleys is more fruitful than striving for its mountaintops.
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: Norway
LANGUAGES: Norwegian, English
Study
STEP 1: WATCH

Watch Ragnhild with your small group and allow time for reflection and observation after the film is finished.

STEP 2: READ

Read 2 Corinthians 4:16-18 out loud with your group and allow time for reflection and observation of the passage of Scripture.

STEP 3: SHARE

In the film, Ragnhild always strived to reach “the mountaintops” in life. What is something you find yourself striving for in order to feel successful, worthy, or simply at peace within yourself?

These verses remind us that our lives, including our accomplishments and afflictions, are momentary and passing away. What is your honest response to this truth, and why?

Ragnhild realized that her worth isn’t found in her accomplishments (what is “seen”) but who she is in Christ. How does His sacrificial love help you surrender the things that are seen (success, self-worth, etc.) and focus your life on things that are unseen (God’s love, eternal glory, etc.)?

Because of Jesus, Ragnhild has great hope for her life now and the life to come. How does the hope of eternity with Christ change the way you view your own accomplishments and afflictions?

STEP 1: WATCH
Watch Ragnhild with your small group and allow time for reflection and observation after the film is finished.
STEP 2: READ
Read 2 Corinthians 4:16-18 out loud with your group and allow time for reflection and observation of the passage of Scripture.
STEP 3: SHARE

In the film, Ragnhild always strived to reach “the mountaintops” in life. What is something you find yourself striving for in order to feel successful, worthy, or simply at peace within yourself?

These verses remind us that our lives, including our accomplishments and afflictions, are momentary and passing away. What is your honest response to this truth, and why?

Ragnhild realized that her worth isn’t found in her accomplishments (what is “seen”) but who she is in Christ. How does His sacrificial love help you surrender the things that are seen (success, self-worth, etc.) and focus your life on things that are unseen (God’s love, eternal glory, etc.)?

Because of Jesus, Ragnhild has great hope for her life now and the life to come. How does the hope of eternity with Christ change the way you view your own accomplishments and afflictions?

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