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Week 29 Study Questions

Use one or both of these questions to introduce the lesson: 1. What were the best seats you’ve ever had to an event like a concert, baseball game, or stage play? Why were those the best seats? What are some ways people manage to get front row seats to big events? 2. Think of an […]

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Week 28 Study Questions

Use one or both of these questions to introduce the lesson: 1. Are you an optimist or a pessimist? Why do you say that?  2. Do you think the world is getting better or worse? How confident are you that your grandchildren will have a better life than you have had? Why? Read Luke 18:1. […]

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Week 27 Study Questions

Use one or both of these questions to introduce the lesson: (Feel free to withhold names in this exercise if you wish.) 1. Who is the best boss you’ve ever had? What made this boss the best? 2. Who is the worst boss you’ve ever had? What made this boss the worst? Read Matthew 23:1-4. […]

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Week 26 Study Questions

Use one or both of these questions to introduce the lesson: 1. In international politics, the phrase “red line” refers to an action taken by a nation that requires other nations to treat it as an enemy. What examples of a political “red line” can you think of? What actions by a nation, in your […]

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Week 25 Study Questions

Use one or both of these questions to introduce the lesson: 1. If you were a judge, what creative sentences would you give out to people convicted of the following crimes: spraying graffiti on public property, stealing a library book, bullying someone on social media? Why do you think your sentence is appropriate? 2. Most […]