Life Group Questions // Week of August 18, 2019
You may or may not have children and teens in your home. But you have them in your church. Answer the questions
below with them in mind?
1. What do you admire about teenagers? What qualities do they exemplify that you wish were more apart of your life?
2. What God stories in your life do you want to pass on? How might these stories from your life encourage the next
3. Read Psalm 78:1-8 (scripture below) and answer these questions together.
· What do you think this passage means to the original audience?
· What does this passage tell us about God?
· What does this passage tell us about mankind?
· What next steps does this passage prompt me to take?
4. What challenges are you facing as you seek to live an authentic faith in front of the next generation of our church?
· How might they learn from your mistakes?
5. Who is one young person here at our church that you could encourage in the weeks ahead? (Be specific)
Close in prayer for the next generation of our church! If you can, be specific in regards to who you are praying for!
Psalm 78:1-8 English Standard Version (ESV)
Tell the Coming Generation
A Maskil[a] of Asaph.
78 Give ear, O my people, to my teaching;
incline your ears to the words of my mouth!
2 I will open my mouth in a parable;
I will utter dark sayings from of old,
3 things that we have heard and known,
that our fathers have told us.
4 We will not hide them from their children,
but tell to the coming generation
the glorious deeds of the Lord, and his might,
and the wonders that he has done.
5 He established a testimony in Jacob
and appointed a law in Israel,
which he commanded our fathers
to teach to their children,
6 that the next generation might know them,
the children yet unborn,
and arise and tell them to their children,
7 so that they should set their hope in God
and not forget the works of God,
but keep his commandments;
8 and that they should not be like their fathers,
a stubborn and rebellious generation,
a generation whose heart was not steadfast,
whose spirit was not faithful to God.