If you started an Explore God group, we hope you have been amazed at your discussions around the 7 Big Questions videos. Perhaps you have seen some group members come to know God personally and others grow more open to exploring Scripture.
The door is open for greater life impact if you keep these discussions going and interact with Scripture together in your group. But how do you do that?
Q Place is here to help.
Our resources help groups explore God in Scripture, and our staff is ready to be a sounding board and help you meet challenges that often come in small group discussions with spiritual seekers.
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Three Options to Go Deeper with Your Group
1. If your group is open to a simple way to discuss a Bible passage . . .
Use Can I Know God Personally? 1-Sheet Bible Discussions
These are designed specifically with the 7 Big Questions video series in mind. You can print them off and pass them out right after the 7th video, which is also called "Can I Know God Personally?"
You simply read the printed passage from the Gospel of John and then go through the questions together. This resource helps participants see for themselves how Jesus is key to the question.
2. If your group is open to exploring the Bible's central message and theme . . .
Use Foundations for Faith: The Basics of Knowing God (9 Discussions)
This Bible discussion guide provides an overview of God’s response to the human condition, beginning in Genesis and concluding with the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus Christ. It shows the “big picture” of the story of redemption and helps people engage with the message of the gospel and apply it personally.
3. If your group is interested in understanding who Jesus is . . .
Use Mark: Discover Jesus (18 Discussions)
To understand who Jesus is and what he said and did, the best place to start is the book known as the Gospel of Mark, in the New Testament of the Bible. It's the earliest, simplest, and shortest biographical account of Jesus' life, capturing eyewitness accounts in a fast-paced narrative.
This discussion guide provides a great starting point for people who are new to the Bible to see the message of the gospel in the context of Jesus’ life.