Discussion Questions for Pentecost 10

  1. Would Bathsheba’s experience of David’s use of his power qualify as a #MeToo story? (2 Sam 11:1-15)

  2. By what process or through what practices are believers rooted and grounded in love? (Eph 3:14-21)

  3. Why was Jesus testing the disciples by asking where bread might come from for feeding the crowd? (John 6:1-21)

This week’s Reflect & Connect questions written by Melissa Tidwell.


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