Jan 22, 2014 · 8:00 PM
At our really cool last MeetUp, we talked about picking a story from the Old Testament to guide our talk about sharing life, discussing its questions and becoming the people we want to be.
If you know a good story, bring them on, otherwise, I’ll make sure I’ll bring a surprising story myself.
This is how we did the Socratic Method last time, I think it’s good to continue with that:
• Read the text + one round of first impressions
• Search and pick one life question that’s addressed in the text
• Write down your experience with this question - how have you dealt with it?
• Choose one experience to investigate closely and try to understand the situation well
• Get to the core: each of us writes down
• when ....... (would) happen to me
• I (would) did/ felt/ thought/ wanted .............
• because ..............
• Discuss the differences and try to find something to learn
NO evangelism, doctrines or final answers, NO rituals, devotion or spiritual commitments, NO endless theoretical philosophical conversations BUT open group discussion, inspiration and shared effort in becoming the people we want to be.