Discussion Questions for Christmas Day (II)

  1. “They shall be called…” Can you come up with a creative name for your faith community? (Isaiah 62:12)
  2. How might you resolve to NOT keep silent about the good news of the fulfillment of God’s promises? (Psalm 97)
  3. How can the goodness and kindness message of Titus 3:4-7 carry us through the rest of the year?
  4. How do the lives of the shepherds in Luke 2 symbolize human existence, and how is this our good news too?

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