Multiple Connecting Points
This past Sunday I spoke at our churchs high school gathering. I love the format were following this fall: we have a few worship songs, then a 10-15 minute talk, and then 20-25 minutes in small groups so that adults and kids can talk together and learn from each other.
This past week I suggested three questions for small group discussion. In my table of junior girls, the first two questions didnt generate much discussion but question #3 got them talking.
Afterwards, I talked with another leader who said the only question that really resonated with his guys was #1.
The next leader I talked with said that their table had energy for #2 but the other two questions fell somewhat flat.
Three different tables, three different connecting points. A good reminder that we need multiple connecting points with teenagers.
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