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Elephant in the Room

Today: What does God think about diversity?

What does this mean for my life and our church?

TALK ABOUT IT: Questions to process with family, friends, & yourself.

  1. What are a few things you admire about another culture or people?
  2. What are the kinds of values that are important in any culture?
  3. Why is the church so segregated if Heaven will include such diversity?
  4. How does salvation unite us and the mission of God bring us together?
  5. What can we do to live out “throne-room theology” in our church?

Today: What does God say about sex?

How can I apply this to my life?

TALK ABOUT IT: Questions to process with family, friends, & yourself.

  1. How does society portray sex? How has it impacted your views?
  2. How does the church portray sex? How has it impacted your views?
  3. What does Jesus say God created sex for in the life of a marriage?
  4. What are healthy boundaries for sex? Why are they important?
  5. How does God restore people who have experienced sexual abuse?

Today: What does God say about technology?

How can I APPLY this to my life?

TALK ABOUT IT: Questions to process with family, friends, and yourself.

  1. Where has technology benefited / not benefitted our lives?
  2. Do you have boundaries in place for social media? What are they?
  3. What would people believe about God and you from your social media?
  4. How do “the greatest commandments” shape this conversation?
  5. How can you be more “present” with people and God this week?

Today: How do we speak in a polarized society?

Acknowledge dignity.

Practice wisdom.

Don’t forget the Gospel.

Offenses reveal opportunities!

TALK ABOUT IT: Questions to process with family, friends, & yourself.

  1. What are the “elephants in the room” the church needs to address?
  2. How has social media helped/hurt civil conversation in our society?
  3. Why are “manners” so important in reflecting the “imago dei” of people?
  4. Will all people embrace Jesus’ message if we reflect his love for people?
  5. Where do you see offenses being opportunities for Jesus to heal?