Week 1 | We begin
Reading plan: Genesis 12 - 15

Video Resources: 
Please take a look at the video to the right, but also follow some of the links provided below. 


Small Group Questions:

  • What comes to mind when you think of the word family?

  • What makes your family unique?

  • Work together as a group to list a few families from the Bible. What words best describe the families you listed?

  • How is your family similar/different than the families you just discussed?


Week 2 | 
Reading Plan: Genesis 16 - 26

Video Resources
Please take a look at the video to the right, but also follow the link provided below. 

The Creator Delights in His Creation | RightNow Media
https://www.rightnowmedia.org/Content/VideoElement/248916

Small Group Questions:

  • When an author writes a book they often spend a huge amount of time crafting the very first line of the book. Why do you think the very first verse in the bible begins with the words ‘in the beginning, God’?

  • As you read the first two chapters in the Bible you will see that it takes place in a garden .. then as you read the last chapter of the last book in the Bible you will find that the story concludes with man and God in the garden again. Why would God bookend the Bible in this way?

  • In Gen. 1:26 we find this strange line; “Then God said ‘let us make man in Our own image according to Our own likeness...” What do you think this is talking about? Why do you think this is placed here? What are the implications of this line?

  • As we begin this journey through the Bible, what is God saying to you as you begin? Humanity is made in God’s image, do you find that difficult or easy to believe?


Week 3 | Be Reasonable
Reading Plan: Genesis 27 - 36

Small Group Questions:


Week 4 | 
Reading plan: Genesis 37 - 45

Small Group Questions:


Week 5 | 
Reading plan: Genesis 46 - 50

Video Resource:

Small Group Questions:

  • List some of the ways you use to determine right and wrong.

  • Sometimes the word mistake doesn’t seem strong enough to describe people’s behaviour. Where have you observed the inadequacy of labelling something a mistake?

  • What do you associate with the word sin?

  • What does it cost a person to admit he or she is a sinner?

  • Do you resist the idea of being referred to as a sinner? Why or why not?