1/15/20 - Worlds Apart - 2 - Do I have to know everything?

We’re in the second week of our series on science and faith called Worlds Apart. This week, we’re encouraging students to remember that their questions don’t have to hinder their faith. In fact, they can actually spur their faith to grow!

Scripture:  COLOSSIANS 1:15-17, PHILIPPIANS 2:12
Main Point: You can trust Someone before you know everything.

  1. What’s something awesome you’ve seen that completely blew you away?
  2. What have you had to put your faith in before without having all of the answers? (e.g. flying in a plane)
  3. Are any of the tensions or questions mentioned in the message things you’ve wondered about before? If so, which ones?
  4. Why do we sometimes feel the need to have all of the answers before making a faith decision?
  5. Do you feel like it’s risky to ask hard questions about your faith? Why or why not?
  6. Why does it often feel like we aren’t allowed to ask hard questions about faith or God in church?
  7. What would it look like to trust Jesus and still pursue answers to your questions?
  8. Who do feel safe enough to share your questions with?
  9. How did you apply what you learned last week and who did you tell? (From the lesson / I will statement)
  10. What is your “I Will” statement this week? (In one sentence, What will you do with what you’ve learned today: “I will _________”) Please write them down to refer to them the following week.
  11. Who can you tell what you learned?

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