If you are a parent or youth worker, this list might help you get into their heads. Thankfully, God’s Word has answers to every issue—and it’s up to us to apply His truth and make it come alive.
It is a general consolidations of hundreds of questions. In another post we will explore College and Career questions.
The game “21 Questions” is a great game to play if you are trying to get to know someone, have a group of friends who want to know more about each other, or have a romantic partner you want to learn more about.
Unlike the common “20 Questions” game, these questions are designed to be personal, and must (after the person in question has agreed to play) be answered fully and honestly.
I’ve spent way too many hours asking most of these and many other either/or questions.
I figured I’d write them down and publish them, so you and I can come back here and just go down the list with friends or family or whoever else.
Is there anything you absolutely refuse to do under any circumstances?
If you had to live in the arctic what kind of an animal would you be?
Just one of these questions can lead to a good 30 minute conversation, full of smiles and giggles, which will instantly get you closer to your crush.1.
You want to get closer to him or just have a good conversation.
But: What to do when you run out of things to talk about?
How can you tell what music is good and what is bad? What do you do if you have parents/siblings who are living the wrong way? Why do authority figures sometimes assume they know what you are thinking? How do I deal with people and problems in my life that have hurt me deeply?
How do you get over/deal with a broken relationship (dating & friendships)? Why does God allow trials/temptations to come into our lives? What does having a relationship/walk with God really mean? Should I consider going to a Christian college and why? In dealing with authority, how can I explain things or make a point without sounding argumentative or disrespectful?