1. What are your "Pentecost" moments? (Those moments when you really experienced the presence of God) How have these moments changed you?
Ch. 8 - Rebekah: Making a Leap of Faith
2. Have you ever found yourself in Rebekah's position, seemingly blocked from doing the work you felt called to do by a difficult situation, overly rigid policy, or too limited resources? Does the way in which Rebekah worked out her vocation give you any insight into your own? Is there anything you will do differently after reflecting on Rebekah's story?
Ch. 9 - Deborah: A Real Mover and Shaker
1. What are some of the "chariots" besieging those you teach? What circumstances, messages or pressures are the greatest obstacles they face in becoming the people they want to be?
2. When faced with adversity in your ministry, do you tend to react more like Barak: looking only to your own power and feeling overmatched. Or, do you react like Deborah: with a serenity that comes from knowing that God is working through you?