This seems simple but it is intended to bring about a little more depth and intentionality than a typical small group discussion. A “deep question” often will require a little preparation either prior to the meeting or maybe mentioned at the beginning of the meeting to discuss later on. The idea is that each person should be able to share for a few minutes with their response.
Have one question a month for everyone to answer or ask one person at each meeting to respond to one of the questions.
Deep Question Examples
- What is your experience of friendships throughout your life and how do you think your experience helps or hurts your friendships today?
- Why do you think God allows suffering? And what are 1-2 stories from your life that prove that suffering can be used for a greater good?
- What are 2-3 things in your life that are bringing you the most joy and why is it that you think they bring you joy?
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Age Group: Adult Specific, Youth Specific
Area(s) of Formation: Human Formation
Goals: Earmark: Intimacy