Reflection & Discussion Questions
  • Read Luke 10:30-37
  • How have you experienced others ‘being the good news’ in your life?
  • What do you find encouraging in the story of the Good Samaritan? What do you find challenging?
  • What’s been your experience of partnership in the Gospel?
  • Reflecting on the full Crossing the Street series, what are your next steps in mission engagement and partnership? In your local community and around the world?
Reflection & Discussion Questions
  • Read Luke 7:11-17
  • What needs or injustices do you see in your community? In the world?
  • Are there any that you shy away from actually seeing? Why do you think that is?
  • What is your natural response to the injustices or needs you see around you? Do you think this models Jesus’ heart?
  • How is God prompting you to see, feel and act? What are your next steps?
Reflection & Discussion Questions
  • Read John 4:1-38
  • What stands out to you in these passages?
  • This story of Jesus calls us to cross the street. What streets do you need to cross in your life in order to meet people where they are?
  • What is stopping you from crossing streets in your life? Are there any new steps you can take this week?
  • What brings you life, joy, encouragement or hope in the way Jesus engages with the Samaritan woman?
  • Who is someone who has met you where you are? What can you learn from them?
Reflection & Discussion Questions
  • Read John 20:1-23, Mark 1:9-15
  • What stands out to you in these passages?
  • Is there anything that makes you uncomfortable? Where do you think this discomfort comes from?
  • What does being sent mean to you in your life?
  • How are you challenged to engage with the world around differently through the lens of being sent like the Son, loved by the Father and empowered by the Spirit?
  • Who is someone who inspires you as they live out their call? What can you learn from them?