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Week 2 | 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 2 Scripture | Genesis 6, 12, & 18

  • Question 1
    • For Adults
      Share something positive you’ve accomplished that you felt unprepared for.
    • For Families
      When was the last time you tried something new?
  • Question 2
    • For Adults
      When have you made a decision based completely on faith instead of facts?
    • For Families
      Which animal would you want to be on Noah’s Ark? Why?
  • Question 3
    • For Adults
      What is the biggest sudden change that has happened in your life? How did you handle it?
    • For Families
      What do you want to be when you grow up?
  • Question 4
    • For Adults
      When has a stranger done something for you that really impacted you?
    • For Families
      Share something you used to be scared of that you’re not scared of anymore.
  • Question 5
    • For Adults
      When in your life have you given up on a dream?
    • For Families
      Share a time when someone outside of your family did something really nice for you.
  • Question 6
    • For Adults
      Tell someone at the table a way they’ve gotten better with age.
    • For Families
      What do you think is really special about older people?
Posted by Alyssa Robinson at 1:53 PM
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