Paper Topic Pride and PrejudicePaper topic pride and prejudice are a fun way to spark a conversation about something important. Pride, prejudice, and accountability in a Christian ministry? What could be better?
Faith, accountability, and love are the true spirit of what the Word of God is about. It is also great for a small group study in the lives of the leaders and members of a small group. We would recommend people go over a paper topic with each other and discuss their specific areas of strength and weakness and how they can strengthen themselves. This is not to be found in our Christian Teaching Center, but it is important for your knowledge of God's Word.
Truth should not be one-sided. It is not okay to paint any side in a good light, only to create 'conflict' among the group. Instead, you should try to listen, understand, and challenge each person's knowledge on the topic you are teaching. This is going to help the group grow and expand in knowledge and understanding of the Word of God. It is a way to strengthen each other as leaders and followers.
Paper Topic Pride and Prejudice is one of those topics we have enjoyed spending time teaching. We use it to inspire and encourage our youth in the lives of the Word of God. Often we put these two topics together in short conversations, short articles, and smaller learning processes. We find that the better you understand each other, the more you will be able to relate and take together a stronger faith and church team.
We like to teach by allowing our youth to speak and share their thoughts, their feelings, and their different viewpoints. We also like to teach by allowing them to listen, take the time to understand, and take the time to challenge their own knowledge. We find that when they challenge their own knowledge we are more likely to be challenged as well. This encourages the youth to trust the Word of God and each other more.
During a big discussion about this topic, we noticed that we would all have strong beliefs about different things. We understood where others were coming from, but they did not understand where we were coming from. So they came up with the same question that we did: how do I know God's Word is true? It got me thinking, maybe we should start a discussion on the topic of pride and prejudice in the church.
We encourage our teens to share their thoughts, feelings, and their viewpoints within the group. After the discussion the group should sit down and talk about their own areas of strength and weakness and how they are going to strengthen themselves. If we all strive to be strong and courageous in the Word of God, it will help us become stronger, and it will help others to strengthen themselves. As we speak with each other, and we talk about our concerns, we are doing the work of spreading the Word of God.
Why not give it a shot? It could be a good conversation starter that will help you and your group become stronger. We think you will like the opportunity to see each other not as opposites, but as equals.