Connect Group Questions

Oct. 29, 2023 – Trailhead 5 – Fire 101

Connect Group ?'s

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Leader Hints are designed to help guide a leader to some information that we want to “tease” out of the group.  They are not there for you to directly read to the participants.  People are significantly more likely to remember things they said or came up with, so your goal is to help direct them to that answer.
FINAL NOTE:  Our goal is to get to the [APPLICATION QUESTION] to help work with people through how to apply what God is doing in their life.



    • What’s been your favorite Halloween costume ever?
    • Recall last week’s application question: “What practical steps did you could take to incorporate the 4G’s into your daily life?” Does anyone want to share anything about this?


    Trail 8: How to read the Bible and why.

    • What stood out to you from the sermon?
    • Why are so many people intimidated by the Bible?
    • Why do people need to read the Bible?
    • Why can I trust the Bible?

    The following questions aim to demystify the Bible. Tailor your discussion to your group’s needs, whether it’s getting comfortable with the Bible, addressing specific questions, or creating a Bible study plan. Remember, not everyone in your group may have an in-depth understanding of the Bible and its structure.


    • This 5-minute video explains the basic structure of the Bible and how it was formed. It can be a good place to start:
      Leader Hint: You may be able to show it clearly, or you can send it out to your group afterwards.
    • Where should I start when reading the Bible?
      Kent’s recommendation: Start with John and Romans, then the rest of the NT before going to the OT. Or use a Bible reading plan.
    • How can I read the Bible like a PRO?
      Leader Hint: Pray – Invite God in; Read – not a ton at one time; Observe — If you had to teach this to someone else, what would you say?
    • Is anyone confused about translations and why there are so many?
      Leader Hint: Each translation has a purpose. Something like the NLT or Message is easier to read but will paraphrase.  The NASB preserves the original text as much as possible but can be hard to follow. All translations exist on this spectrum.
    • Do discrepancies in the Bible bother anyone?
    • Does anyone have a reading plan they are currently following?

    Application Question: 

    • Make a plan for reading the Bible.
      1. When will you read?
      2. What will you read?
      3. How will you engage the scripture?
      4. Get creative. Listen to an audio Bible, Read aloud with your spouse or kids.
    • Take up prayer requests and pray together.

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