Asking questions is an essential part of our faith. Nearly every person in the Bible who encountered God did so with serious questions. Faithful Questions is an invitation to engage our curiosity and our wonder as we seek to follow Jesus. Does God answer our prayers? Why did Jesus die? Faithful Questions explores these and many other questions of our faith. Faithful Questions is a companion to the Transforming Questions course.
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Transforming Questions is an exciting adult formation course designed to help both new Christians and longtime churchgoers move into deeper life in Christ. Over the course of ten sessions, participants engage the basic questions of the Christian faith through a combination of teaching and conversation. Participants gather to share a meal, then a leader gives a presentation about a central question of faith. In small groups, participants are invited into deeper reflection on and engagement with the topic through discussion questions. Participants will wrestle with some of the most basic questions of our faith: Who is Jesus? Does God answer prayer? Why do bad things happen?
The development of Transforming Questions was funded by a generous grant from The Episcopal Church's Constable Fund. With this financial support, we are able to offer the curriculum free of charge as a download to any Episcopal church. In addition, Forward Movement is joining with The Constable Fund to offer ten free copies of the printed Participant's Guide to Episcopal congregations with an average Sunday attendance of 50 or less. Please contact us at 800.543.1813 to place the order. Shipping is additional.
Also available for purchase:
Transforming Questions: Downloadable Curriculum - Available for free download. Includes facilitator's and participant's guides.
Transforming Questions: Participant's Guide Booklet - This printed booklet version of our participant's guide is available for those who prefer a more durable option.