High School Moral Boundaries (Week 2) - Kevin Stiles

Make every effort to express, “You first.”

Questions from Small Group:

  1. List people who you have an incredible deal of respect for and a brief reason why.

  2. 1 Corinthians 13: 5 says that love doesn't dishonor and is not self seeking.  Give some example of what dishonor and self seeking look like in a relationship. Now give a few example of what honor and selflessness look like in a relationship.

  3. Which is easier, to dishonor others and be selfish or to give honor and be selfless? Why do you think that is?

  4. Explain "You first" thinking and why it should be a new rule for love, sex and dating.

Middle School Moral Boundaries (Week 2) - Danny Howard

What happens online doesn’t stay online.

Questions from Small Group:

  1. If you had to live the rest of your life with only one piece of technology (phone, tablet, TV, computer, video games, etc) what would you choose?


  2. Technology is pretty awesome. But, like we talked about today, it can be an easy way for us to make some bad choices sometimes. Can someone summarize what we talked about today?

  3. In what ways do you think people act differently online than in real life?

  4. In what ways can out online lives affect our real lives?

  5. Since we believe that our bodies belong to God, how should that affect the way we think about sex & technology and the way we treat others? 


  6. When it comes to technology, what can you do to "run from sexual sin" this week?

Middle School Moral Boundaries (Week 1) - Danny Howard

Sex is good and sex is powerful, but sex can be dangerous.

Questions from Small Group

  1. Okay, be honest: what was the most awkward part of today’s talk? 


  2. How often is sex talked about at your school, at home, or with your friends? 
(Answers will vary based on grade and family)

  3. If you have questions about sex or dating, who do you usually go to? 


  4. If God invented sex, what do you think that says about sex? 

  5. How can sex be powerful in a good way? 


  6. How can sex be powerful in a bad way? 


  7. As a middle schooler, what do you think it means to 
keep sex in its right context? 
(Important to confirm: God has a BEST in mind of us...including our sexuality)

High School Moral Boundaries (Week 1)

Become the person you’re looking for is looking for.

Questions from Small Group

  1. Think about some popular movies, TV shows, songs, videos, etc. Based on what you see and read, what are some current "rules" for love, sex and dating? Which of those do you agree with or disagree with?

  2. Why is the "right person myth"? Do you agree that it is a myth? Have you seen this way of thinking impact your relationships or those of your friends?

  3. Brainstorm a list of qualities that you are looking for in a Mr/Miss Right. (We will provide a large post-it note to put on the wall and have a student write what your group comes up with...this should be fun)

  4. Read 1 Corinthians 13:4-5. In this passage we find a list of qualities for the "right" kind of person. Which of these qualities are most difficult for you to exhibit? Which of these qualities do you value most in someone you want to date?

  5. Share a few things you can do this week to become the person you are looking for is looking for. (a.k.a. the right person)