Life Shared Series – Week 3

Here’s the third and final session in our Life Shared discussion series. Watch the video and take some time to consider the discussion questions below. If you have any comments or questions of you own please leave them in the comments section at the bottom of the page.

Discussion Questions

Question 1: What comes to mind when
you think about practical steps to sharing your faith?

Question 2: What stood out to you from what Jay shared? What inspired and challenged you?

Going Deeper: Read Luke 10:25-37

How does the story of the Good Samaritan connect with what Jay shared in the session?

Do we define neighbour in our culture differently than Jesus defines neighbour?

Praying for people by name, getting to know your neighbours, extending an invitation etc. These are all things that you can do. What would it look like to take the next step in any one of these areas as a group or individually?

Jay made the statement that, “Evangelism moving forward will be mostly worked out and lived out through hospitality.” What do think about that statement?

Why do you think meals were such a significant part of Jesus’ ministry?

Given your own context, what are some practical ways you can get to know your neighbours?

Are there needs in your group that you can start to meet in a practical way, together?

Application: Commit yourself to take a step towards sharing your faith. You might find it helpful to write it down.

Examples:
• Invite a friend to Alpha
• Learn the name of a neighbour
• Host a meal at your house with your neighbourhood
• Take a co-worker to lunch
• Write a note of encouragement to a friend who doesn’t know Jesus

Spend some time praying for  courage and boldness to share your life and your faith with others.

 

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