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Spiritual Conversation Starters


Perhaps you have established a relationship with someone who is not yet a follow of Jesus. What’s the next step? Engage him or her in spiritual conversation! Below are are list of questions that encourage spiritual conversations from Gilbert’s Coaching Tips.

  1. Where are you in your spiritual pilgrimage?
  2. In your opinion, how does one become a Christian?
  3. What single thing would you like to make absolutely certain you do (if at all possible) during your lifetime?
  4. How do you think a person can keep from becoming a workaholic?
  5. What character can you imagine yourself to be? (any period of history)
  6. What are you reading that is not an assignment or required by your work?
  7. How do you know you’ll go to heaven when you die?
  8. How are your growing personally?
  9. In a conversation with someone who has never heard about God, what would you say about Him from your experience?
  10. In your opinion, how does one become a Christian?
  11. How would you describe your father and his impact on your life?
  12. Tell me about your mentor and his/her impact on your life.
  13. What do you think would probably surprise most people about you?  Why?
  14. What is your greatest strength, and what are you doing to develop it?
  15. Why do people do what they do?  What are the assumptions you make about people?
  16. How do you handle pressure?  When the pressure is really on, what do you need from your friends?
  17. Has anything ever happened to you that was dramatic, personal or spectacular enough to cause you to be certain there is a God who is both infinite and personally caring?
  18. What do you consider to be two major turning points in your life?
  19. What is something you consider to be a great personal success?  Why was it so significant?
  20. What is the key to maintaining balance in your life?
  21. What are 2 or 3 major truths upon which you have based your decision-making?
  22. Tell me about two of your life-long friends and why they have such an impact on your life.  What made you choose them?
  23. Have you dealt with the questions? “How much money is enough, and what do I do with the rest?”
  24. How would you describe your mother and the impact she has had on your life?
  25. In your opinion, who was/is Jesus Christ?
  26. If you could know God personally, would you be interested?
  27. How would you define materialism, and how do you deal with it in your life?
  28. What have you found to be the best way of absorbing disappointment, rejection, distress and discouragement?
  29. When you get to heaven, what will be the first three questions you will ask God?
  30. If you were to inherit a million dollars today, and couldn’t spend it on your own enterprise or keep it for yourself, what would you do with it and why?
  31. What do you find most attractive about Christianity/the person of Christ?  What do you find least attractive about Christianity/the person of Christ?

Go to Gilbert’s Coaching Tips for 13 more questions intended to break through barriers in sharing the gospel.

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  1. Very good suggestions, especially when preceded by study and prayer. Thanks for sharing these. I did wonder if I was overlooking a subtle distinction between numbers 2 and 10. They appear to be identical.

    November 5, 2013

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