A little box of questions
that spark big conversations
The little white box with 150 conversation starters focused on the role faith plays in our lives. Each question focuses on a high-interest topic for young people and features a faith-based key word. Move your cursor over the card samples below.
Everyone gets angry at one time or another, but knowing what to do with anger is important. What would you do to calm someone’s anger and wrath?
What would you say to someone who was a doubting Thomas about faith and God?
Why might some people feel that salvation is not necessary today?
Bible Verse: A soft answer turns away wrath, but a harsh word stirs up anger. (Proverbs 15:1, NRSV)
Further Discussion: Talk about situations where a “soft answer” could help avoid an argument.
Meaning: A person who refuses to
believe something without proof.
Bible Reference: Thomas was a disciple who doubted the resurrection until Jesus appeared before him, saying: “Blessed are those who have not seen and yet have come to believe.” (John 20:29, NRSV)
Further Discussion: What doubts do you have about faith? (Note: Allow each person to answer without comment or
judgment from others.)
Meaning: The condition
of being in right relationship with God or saved from sin or evil.
Synonym: Redemption; adoption.
Bible Verse: But I trusted in your steadfast love; my heart shall rejoice in your salvation. (Psalm 13:5, NIV)
Further Discussion: How is salvation a gift
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