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Week 1 | Unshallow Conversation Starters

How to use this…

Read through these Unshallow Conversation Starters around the dinner table or any designated meeting time with family and friends. It’s simple! Ask a question to start having deep, meaningful conversations. You can go through 1 question each day or go through them all at once!

Each set of questions offers a good conversation starter for adults and a fun question for families that are more kid-friendly.

To go even deeper, read the recommended Scripture for the week located on the side of each question card and talk about how the Scripture could be connected to the conversation starters. Let’s get the conversations started!

Week 1 Scripture | Genesis 3:1-10

  • Question 1
    • For Adults
      When are you most tempted to lie or exaggerate the truth?
    • For Families
      When did you lie about something and get caught?
  • Question 2
    • For Adults
      What is one thing you think will never tempt you? Why?
    • For Families
      If you were unsure of whether something is right or wrong, what would you do?
  • Question 3
    • For Adults
      Which comes more naturally to you: blaming others or blaming yourself? Why?
    • For Families
      If you were playing hide and seek with God, where would you hide? Would God find you?
  • Question 4
    • For Adults
      Share a time when it was extremely difficult to admit you were wrong.
    • For Families
      Would you rather be known for doing right or being smart? Why?
  • Question 5
    • For Adults
      Do you believe people are inherently good or bad? Why?
    • For Families
      How would you apologize to someone if you did something wrong?
  • Question 6
    • For Adults
      Tell someone at the table about the time you’ve felt closest to them.
    • For Families
      Tell each person at the table your favorite thing about them.
Posted by Alyssa Robinson at 10:44 AM
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