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Together@Home – Weekly Discussion Questions for April

Week 1: APRIL 4


Faith and Revelation in Confusion and Communion

Luke 24:13-35


  • Where do you get confused following Jesus?
  • What do you think it was like to walk with Jesus in person? What is it like for you?
  • What do you think made the disciples hearts burn (vs 32)?
  • What do you think it felt like to recognize Jesus, and then to have him disappear? Does that ever happen to you?
  • How does this story parallel your journey?

Week 2: APRIL 11


Peace seeking sibling keepers

We cannot allow the hate in our hearts to grow against others, nor ignore the outcry of our brothers and sister’s suffering injustice.

Genesis 4; 1 John 3:11-24


  • When has hate had a foothold in my life? How has that turned out?
  • How does God invite me to counteract hate – both in my own life, and the world around me?
  • ‘Am I my brother’s keeper’ – Where does this question ring true today?
  • What is one step you can take today to dispel hatred?

Week 3: APRIL 18


Peace seeking members of the same body

While we look like individuals, we are all connected because we are part of the same body.

1 Corinthians 12:12-31


  • One of the most powerful images in all Scripture is that we are all a part of the body of Christ. How does Paul paint the picture?
  • What can we do because we are one body?
  • What are we unable to do because we are one body?
  • What challenges you about this reality?
  • What can you celebrate about this truth?
  • How would we live differently if took Paul’s words to heart?

Week 4: APRIL 25


Peace seeks the Most Excellent way – Love

We can try to do everything as well as possible, but the best way is ALWAYS love, and love may look different than we thought.

1 Corinthians 13:1-13


  • Describe a recent act of love that you witnessed.
  • What might our culture think is more important than love?
  • What do you like about Paul’s description of love (vs. 4-7)?
  • What challenges you about his description?
  • Paul connects love to becoming an adult. What does non-childish love look like?
  • How is love connected to knowing fully?

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