Christian dating scenarios
What would you do if a tornado came toward you while you were driving? What would you do if someone broke into your home while you were there? What would we want to happen to our kids if we both died in a car accident? What would you do (with job, home, kids, etc.) if I died? If, after an accident, you were kept alive by machines, would you want me to sign a DNR? They can be a good checkpoint for our personal faith walk, or for our faith walk as a couple/family. Sometimes spiritual questions seem like they're meant to be left to Bible studies, but they easily have place in our daily conversations. trip and fall in front of 10 people you don't know, or say something embarrassing in front of 1 celebrity? There are endless possibilities to complete the scenario, but you're just getting the conversation going. If you could start any non-profit or service project, what would it be? What are times you felt closest to/furthest from God? When do you remember first having a personal relationship with Christ? Was there a spiritual mentor you looked up to when you were younger? What is one thing likely getting in the way of your full potential in Christ? The usual "how was your day" often results in a simple "fine" or "okay." These questions can help expound and get deeper into the other person's daily life.
But I can also picture several scenarios where a teenager might have a question about the website, even though they’re not personally considering creating a profile.All it takes is a couple questions to get that going. These are similar to favorites and can be expounded on, but are great for rapid-fire, too. No interrogating (no need to ask all 100 questions at once); no vague "so, what's new with you? Some great conversations have resulted from watching a movie, then talking about how we would deal in those situations. What would you do if there was a world-wide power outage? What would you do if someone stole your identity and you couldn't get it back? What would you do if a couple close to you passed away and you were left to raise their child(ren)? If you had to restart your life (relationships, education, etc.), where would you start? What would your life be like if you said yes to everything? If you were to be on a reality TV show, which one would you be on? It's also good to align our goals with each other's and with God's direction. If you could be paid to do anything, what would you do? What would you most regret not having/doing/being in life? If you had to teach something, what would you teach? If money did not exist, how would you spend your days? Best case scenario, where do you see yourself in 5-10 years?