DISCUSSION LEADERS

 

Great Preparation

Hey gang, Please watch the video then comment below. When you comment, please be sure to add your email in the appropriate box. Thanks!
 


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Asking Great Questions & Prayer

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Questions or Needs

Discussion Leaders, this week’s forum is exceedingly simple:
 
1. Do you have a question you need to ask? Comment below.
 
2. Do you have a need for your group? Comment below.
 
3. Do you have a VICTORY to report? Comment below and let’s give God the glory.
 
That is all. Carry on, my brothers and sisters.

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MAP

Hey folks. Please check out the short video below and comment.
 


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Review and Meeting Format

Hey y’all – kick off Sunday is upon us! Please check out the video below and comment. Love y’all!
 


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Sparking Powerful Discussion …

 
Hey gang. How do we get folks talking? How do we get everyone participating? How do we get everyone engaging God’s Word and applying it to life?
 
This week, think about HOW you ask questions. Here are a couple of examples: 
 
Poorly worded:             How can you support your church?
Better:                            Give two examples you can support your church.
 
Poorly worded:             How would you explain 1 Corinthians 12:27?
Better:                            Describe one observation you made from 1. Cor. 12:27?
 
Here are two differences:
 
1. Limit the scope of the question (bold type in the examples above). “How can you support your church?” can seem like a potentially long answer. Folks fear they will say the wrong thing or not say enough or not say the right thing. But, if you ask them to describe two things, you are signaling that no one has to be comprehensive and that there might be several responses that are fitting.
2. Use good question stems (underlined type in the examples above). In the examples above, “how” can be a helpful stem, but the other underlined words signal to participants that they need to share more than a word or two.
 
So, here is a quick challenge for each of you. In the comments section below, rewrite the following questions using the ideas above
 
     EXAMPLE: In what ways have you experienced the freedom of Jesus in your own life?
 

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