How are you doing? What’s the toughest part about being a parent? If you won a million bucks, how would you spend it? What’s the best advice anyone ever gave you?
We love it when our friends ask us questions. A good question shows that your friend is interested in you. It forces you to figure out who you really are and how you see the world. A good question might help you realize you don’t have all the answers.
Spiritual curiosity begins with you asking friends questions about the things that matter most.
Read John 4:5-15.
Starting a spiritual conversation with this woman was not the obvious thing for Jesus to do. What kind of special effort did Jesus make and what kind of risks did He take to connect with her? Think about the people on your list. What kind of risks will it involve to connect with them? What might it cost you?
By the end of the passage, the Samaritan woman is spiritually curious and open to learning more. What steps did Jesus takes to move the conversation to that point? Could you do something similar in a conversation with a friend? How would you do it?
Read more on how to Start a Spiritual Conversation.