This station could be used with almost any talk!
Simply help people to think about the talk that they have just listened with some helpful questions.
It will work best as a separate station where people can sit down and reflect for a while, a quiet area with cushions/beanbags would be ideal.
We’ve listed some questions below as a starting point. Do change them to suit your situation. Don’t feel you have to use all of them. Pick two or three that most seem to fit.
It is helpful to give something to do as they consider the questions. For example
-Have a large sheet of paper for people to write down thoughts or
-A postbox for people to write what they are feeling and leave it with God
-Provide credit card sized bits of card for people to write down one practical thing that they want to change/do this week and take home with them.
You can also provide copies of the reading to remind people of what was said.
What one thing stood out to you from the talk this week? Why?
What one practical thing would you like to change/do this week as a result of what you’ve heard today?
What verse or phrase stands out to you from today’s reading? How can you make sure you are reminded of that verse or phrase this week?
If you were to explain this weeks talk to a friend in one sentence what would that sentence be?
Was there anything that inspired you in today’s talk – if so what? And is there something you need to do or change because of it?
Was there anything that challenged you in today’s talk – if so what? And is there something you need to do or change because of it?
Was there anything you didn’t understand in this week’s talk? If so who can you ask about it? Asking questions is an important part of developing your faith so don’t feel worried about talking to someone.