35 Nonthreatening Questions To Start a Spiritual Conversation.
Hello, I have something I have been working on for a couple of days. I was going to use it in my ward but I thought it might be appropriate to share here. It is a list of question designed to start a nonthreatening gospel conversation. Please review and post it in your missionary work section as appropriate. Thanks, Trevor
Here is a list of 35 questions that all but the most suspicious will find inoffensive and nonthreatening. They are compiled with the intent of providing you with the ability to start a gospel conversation with a close or casual friend.
What traditions did your family have?
When was the most peaceful day you have had?
What goals do you have for your children?
What biblical name do you like?
What is one thing you are sure about?
What was a piece of advice that your father gave you?
What was a piece of advice that your mother gave you?
How would you like your family to commemorate your life?
Under What circumstances would you adopt a child?
What is your favorite thing about your dad?
What is your favorite thing about your mom?
If you could ask God a question what would it be?
In what way are your parents out of date?
What was the last peaceful day you had?
On scale of 1-10 how strict where your parents?
What gives you hope for humanity?
When was the last time you did volunteer work?
Who do you think you are most like in your family?
What is something you believe will last forever?
What is your idea of heaven?
What would you want your last words to be?
Do you feel you have a purpose or calling in life?
Do you believe that god has a sense of humor?
What do you feel strongly enough about to protest?
What makes you happy?
What is the most generous gift you have ever received?
When have you seen Karma at work in your life?
Not counting your religion, which religions do you find interesting? Why?
What smell reminds you of home?
What is the most enjoyable thing you family has done together?
What is the key to finding happiness?
Where does your family originate from?
What do you and you father have in common?
What do you and you mother have in common?
Questions taken in part from GetToKnowU.com Philosophy Page