Battlestar Galactica Season 2.0 Discussion Questions (Disc 1)
This is an attempt to continue the discussion questions for viewing the television series Battlestar Galactica. Following the pattern laid out by Ryan Torma, who wrote the discussion questions for season one, I have continued with season two-disc one. The questions are meant to be discussion starters for small groups following the viewing of the episodes. The questions deal with faith, politics, and all the other topics we are supposedly supposed to avoid! This aid is meant to be used in a variety of faith settings!
Questions for a Bible Study on Any Text
A set of questions, with opening and closing prayer, designed for a small group with no main leader. An example study with more in depth questions is also included based on the John 2:13-22 text.
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The Shack Study
In depth study of the book "The Shack" with theological references and helps attached after the final lesson
Amazing Race-Bible Scavenger Hunt
This is a Bible verse scavenger hunt which requires participants to determine a key word common to a group of Bible verses which is a clue to various locations throughout the community. There are clues listed for twenty different locations in the city of Neenah, but they could be adapted for other locations.
I, too, am America
Brother Alberto Degan of the Afro Youth Ministry of Guayaquil, Ecuador, contributes a reflection and discussion questions for youth based on the life of Martin Luther King, Jr. and his "I Have a Dream" speech. The original Spanish Language version of this text may be accessed at
Luke 15 and Voicing Our Own Faith Journey
This is a Bible Study and activity that I did for my high school youth group. This resource is best for a small or medium sized youth group. The Biblical text used is Luke 15:11-32 (Prodigal Son). After reading and discussing the text, students are then encouraged to relate this story to their own life journeys. The high school students are granted a safe space where they can share their stories up to this point in their life. This is a great resource to open the students' mind to how God is present or absent within their own lives. The activity that goes along with the Luke 15 text really brings to life the Prodigal Son parable.
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