Thanks to all of you who help me write my sermons on a regular basis (and you know who you are). This week I'm preaching on Micah 6:6-8 and what it means to walk with God. Here are a few questions I've pondered to get me started. Feel free to help me answer them or tell me a funny or touching story as it always helps me with sermon prep.
What are your favorite pair of shoes and why?
Are you a "shoe" person? If so, why?
Have you ever walked so much your feet hurt? If so when?
Do you prefer walking or running?
When walking in a crowd, what is your normal traffic pattern (go with the flow, follow the leader, weave, or something else)?
What is your pet peeve when walking in crowds?
Have you ever had a walking buddy? If so what did you like/dislike about it?
Have you ever used foot spray?
What is the first thing you think of when you hear/see "humble"?
When have you been alone but felt the least lonely?
When have you felt the most lonely?
As you can tell, they get deeper as you go along. Well thanks for playing (or reading and hopefully writing).
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