Discussion Questions

After watching each of our recorded Bible studies, we encourage you to answer the following questions.  If you’re listening on your own, these questions are still beneficial to work through.  However, we still encourage you to share your responses with someone that could provide you accountability and encouragement.

 

Colossians 1:9-14 (5-5-20)

1—What needs to be added to or taken away from your routine in order to better pursue a life that is pleasing to God this summer?

2—Where do you tend to struggle more: in your endurance through circumstances OR in your patience with people?  What step can you take to grow in that area?

3—Any other thoughts from anything we read or discussed tonight?

The Book of Mark: Chapters 13-16 (4-28-20)

1—What is one observation you made about the life of Jesus tonight?

2—In what way do you relate to a “side character” in this story? (Judas, Peter, the woman who anointed Jesus, Pilot, Barabbas, the centurion at the cross, etc.)

3—How does the story of Jesus speak toward the character you chose in the last question?

The Book of Mark: Chapters 9-12 (4-21-20)

1—What areas or aspects of your life have you held back from God in the past?  Is there something you’re withholding from Him now?

2—We covered a variety of verses and subjects tonight.  Thinking back on the things we discussed, consider the following…
What stood out to you the most?
What is one way you were challenged?
What is one way you were encouraged?

The Book of Mark: Chapters 5-8 (4-14-20)

1—We covered a variety of verses and subjects tonight.  Thinking back on the things we discussed, consider the following…
What stood out to you the most?
What is one way you were challenged?
What is one way you were encouraged?

2—How are you growing in your relationship with Jesus? What has God been teaching you lately?

 

The Book of Mark: Chapters 1-4 (4-7-20)

1—What is your response to Barclay’s quote when you consider the same thing being said about your life?
“It was as if Jesus said, ‘Give me 12 ordinary men and with them, if they will give themselves to me, I will change the world.’”—William Barclay

2—We covered a variety of verses and subjects tonight.  Thinking back on the things we discussed, consider the following…
What stood out to you the most?
What is one way you were challenged?
What is one way you were encouraged?

Learning to Thrive in Difficulty? (3-31-20)

1—How have you seen God work in the midst of difficult situations in your life?

2—Have you seen Him at work in the midst of this current situation?

3—When you look back at everything that’s taken place in the last few weeks, what has been the most challenging aspect for you personally? (In addition to discussing these things with others in your life, please feel free to message us using the form at the bottom of this page.  Knowing what has been challenging to you will help us know how to better pray with you during this time.)

How Now Shall We Live? (3-17-20)

1—What disciplines and routines will help you to stay focused on Jesus and growing in your relationship with Him as we walk through the weeks/months ahead?

2—How can we be praying for you over the next couple of weeks? (Please feel free to message us using the form at the bottom of this page with any prayer requests.  We would love to be praying for your specific needs.)

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