Use Q Place Bible Conversation Cards as a simple way to help your group enter into conversations about the Bible. The full updated set is available here.
Bible Conversation Cards
Use Q Place Bible Conversation Cards as a simple way to help your group enter into conversations about the Bible.
Worry, concern, fear, tension. When life gets overwhelming, how do you keep anxiety from consuming you? Help your group discover what the Bible says about God’s help, peace, and perspective in the middle of life’s distresses.
This card is recommended as a great next step after Explore God's "7 Big Questions" video series. What does the Bible say about knowing God? Before you can accept or reject what it says, you need to see what it says for yourself. This set of messages from Scripture can help your group explore some of the huge questions about God and about knowing God.
Self-destructive actions are an epidemic in our culture, and confusion runs deep in relationships that are complicated and unclear. When you get down to the heart of our identity, these questions are crucial: What does God think of me? Does he see? Does he care? And what difference does it make in my unique life here and now? The short sections of Scripture on this Bible Conversation Card pack a lot of power.
All too often we allow ourselves to drift into routines and activities that may not hold meaning when we think about the overarching course of our lives. What really gives life purpose and meaning? How can we get hold of those things? This Bible Conversation Card provides a variety of angles on these questions to help your group explore and make discoveries.
In our culture, how can marriages have a hope of surviving? Can they really outlast the wedding gifts? And more importantly, how can my marriage really thrive? Starting with the biblical account of the origin of marriage, this Bible Conversation Card starts with the biblical account of the origin of marriage and provides inspirational portraits of faithfulness and love that can will become very practical as your group discusses the challenges and benefits of incorporating clear relational principles into everyday life with your spouse.
Good parenting is intentional and thoughtful and difficult at times. Gain insight into principles of good parenting and put them into practice with the help of these discussions!
Life can be full of difficulties and suffering, and navigating these hard experiences with a healthy perspective is challenging. Where is God in the pain, shame, blame, and need? The Bible is no stranger to life’s difficulties, and “Where’s God When I Hurt?” will help your group begin to explore the depths of God’s care and concern.
In the Bible, the Psalms are honest expressions of the range of human emotion and experience, and the six selections on this card are a sampling. These songs, prayers, and poems can guide you and your group into a deeper, authentic relationship with God.