Discussion Questions for Ordinary 29

  1. How are you at waiting patiently for a special day or to receive something great promised to you? (Isa 53:4)

  2. How do you talk about God’s protection in the context of a world fraught with danger and tragedies? (Ps 91:9)

  3. Which of your flaws or weaknesses help you be a more effective, compassionate leader and servant of Christ? (Heb 5:1)

  4. What are the toughest tasks and situations you face as a servant-leader and follower of Jesus? (Mark 10:35)

 

This week's Reflect & Connect questions written by Rod Boriack.


How to Use these Questions

These questions are intended to stimulate conversation on the Revised Common Lectionary texts for the coming week. They are designed to be accessible to individuals and groups (and not limited to preachers) who are reading the lectionary texts in advance of worship.

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