Gender Identity and Same Sex Attraction

In God We Trust

Jacob AlgerNov 15, 2020

Discussion Questions

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  1. How have you seen the LGBTQ conversation be a part of your lives (school, teams, family, friends, etc.)?

  2. Read Genesis 1:26-27. What does it mean that God created distinction (difference) between men and women? Do you agree with this? Why or why not?

  3. Read Genesis 2:22-25. Can you really have unity and perfection where differences exist in men and women? Why or why not?

  4. Read Genesis 3:1-4. The serpent distorts God’s words, and Adam & Eve to choose to do what is right in their own eyes. What are some areas where you most want to change God’s words or design to fit what you’d rather do instead?

  5. Do you trust God’s design is good, and for your good? Why or why not? What makes it difficult to trust that?

  6. Read 1 Corinthians 6:9-11. Does the Gospel of Jesus have any different application for people struggling in the LGBTQ area than those struggling in any other area?

  7. What does it look like to be a friend to someone in a way where they’re known and accepted, taught about Jesus, and challenged to grow?

  8. How could that affect someone who identifies as LGBTQ? What might they be expecting instead?

About 'In God We Trust'

Our Nation’s motto is ‘In God We Trust’, yet we are living in a world that is increasingly abandoning its trust in God and what His Word says is true. So how should students live in a nation that seemingly grows in its opposition to Biblical truths? In our newest series, In God We Trust, we want to help students truly place their trust in God as they see and respond to the world around them from a Biblical worldview. We want to point out where this is true, and how we can fully place our trust in God.