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    14. Renee will intro topic Have interns hand out copies of the 3 scenarios Tell each group to read their scenario. Were going to give them ~5 minutes to come up with some ideas of how to deal with their challenge.Renee will intro topic Have interns hand out copies of the 3 scenarios Tell each group to read their scenario. Were going to give them ~5 minutes to come up with some ideas of how to deal with their challenge.

    15. Renee What does Delilah want (attention, may be lonely or insecure; may also just be really excited about the Word and what the Lord is teaching her, but doesnt know how she comes across.) Talk to Delilah privately; figure out what is driving her dominating attitude. Talk w/ her about the need to have others share, ask her to help you draw out quieter members Spend outside time with Delilah, meeting her need to be heard and for attention If you can arrange it, have Delilah seated next to you, not in your line of eye contact Address questions to other members of your group by name After Delilah has shared, asked for input from other members, Thanks Delilah! Id really like to hear what the rest of you are thinking also Break your group up into smaller groups for certain parts of the study, so that Delilah isnt dominating everyone in the study Renee What does Delilah want (attention, may be lonely or insecure; may also just be really excited about the Word and what the Lord is teaching her, but doesnt know how she comes across.) Talk to Delilah privately; figure out what is driving her dominating attitude. Talk w/ her about the need to have others share, ask her to help you draw out quieter members Spend outside time with Delilah, meeting her need to be heard and for attention If you can arrange it, have Delilah seated next to you, not in your line of eye contact Address questions to other members of your group by name After Delilah has shared, asked for input from other members, Thanks Delilah! Id really like to hear what the rest of you are thinking also Break your group up into smaller groups for certain parts of the study, so that Delilah isnt dominating everyone in the study

    16. Brad Why is Quinn so quiet? (Might be intimidated by the Bible study environment; might not feel confident speaking about the Word; OR may just prefer listening and observing to speaking) Spend outside time (lunch or whatever) with Quinn so you can get to know him & find out why he is so quiet Ask a question in which each person must give an opinion (where theres no wrong answer, non-threatening) Ask Quinn to share by name (direct question) near the beginning of the discussion, when there are several possible answers; Or ask him an easy question (with encouragement) Express appreciation for Quinns contribution whenever he does share Make sure that everyone is seated on the same level, and in the circle; if possible, sit so that Quinn is directly across from you (in your direct line of eye contact) Quietly enlist the help of others in drawing Quinn out Break into groups of 2s or 3s for part of your group time (less threatening) Use Quinns name in a positive illustration Brad Why is Quinn so quiet? (Might be intimidated by the Bible study environment; might not feel confident speaking about the Word; OR may just prefer listening and observing to speaking) Spend outside time (lunch or whatever) with Quinn so you can get to know him & find out why he is so quiet Ask a question in which each person must give an opinion (where theres no wrong answer, non-threatening) Ask Quinn to share by name (direct question) near the beginning of the discussion, when there are several possible answers; Or ask him an easy question (with encouragement) Express appreciation for Quinns contribution whenever he does share Make sure that everyone is seated on the same level, and in the circle; if possible, sit so that Quinn is directly across from you (in your direct line of eye contact) Quietly enlist the help of others in drawing Quinn out Break into groups of 2s or 3s for part of your group time (less threatening) Use Quinns name in a positive illustration

    17. Renee What is driving Tads behavior? (attention, wide range of interests, curious personality; sometimes this is someone who has not done their study being unprepared, they dont have much to say about the material, so its easy to think of random questions.) Consider whether the tangent is off course or something you want to talk about (Lindsey Eternal Security) Thats a great question, Tad. Since we dont have much time to cover all of our material tonight, lets talk about that after the study tonight. Give a brief answer, then redirect the discussion back on topic. Dont belittle or criticize him for raising the point If possible, spend outside time with him so you can know him (if you have a relationship w/ him, it will be easier to correct him b/c hes secure in the relationship) Talk to him privately; Encourage his curiosity (particularly if it is doctrinal), but ask for his help honoring the time others have committed to studying this particular topic. Renee What is driving Tads behavior? (attention, wide range of interests, curious personality; sometimes this is someone who has not done their study being unprepared, they dont have much to say about the material, so its easy to think of random questions.) Consider whether the tangent is off course or something you want to talk about (Lindsey Eternal Security) Thats a great question, Tad. Since we dont have much time to cover all of our material tonight, lets talk about that after the study tonight. Give a brief answer, then redirect the discussion back on topic. Dont belittle or criticize him for raising the point If possible, spend outside time with him so you can know him (if you have a relationship w/ him, it will be easier to correct him b/c hes secure in the relationship) Talk to him privately; Encourage his curiosity (particularly if it is doctrinal), but ask for his help honoring the time others have committed to studying this particular topic.

    18. Brad close this portion of the topic; hand out reference sheets (15 Common Small Group Challenges)Brad close this portion of the topic; hand out reference sheets (15 Common Small Group Challenges)

    21. Brad Why is Quinn so quiet? (Might be intimidated by the Bible study environment; might not feel confident speaking about the Word; OR may just prefer listening and observing to speaking) Spend outside time (lunch or whatever) with Quinn so you can get to know him & find out why he is so quiet Ask a question in which each person must give an opinion (where theres no wrong answer, non-threatening) Ask Quinn to share by name (direct question) near the beginning of the discussion, when there are several possible answers; Or ask him an easy question (with encouragement) Express appreciation for Quinns contribution whenever he does share Make sure that everyone is seated on the same level, and in the circle; if possible, sit so that Quinn is directly across from you (in your direct line of eye contact) Quietly enlist the help of others in drawing Quinn out Break into groups of 2s or 3s for part of your group time (less threatening) Use Quinns name in a positive illustration Brad Why is Quinn so quiet? (Might be intimidated by the Bible study environment; might not feel confident speaking about the Word; OR may just prefer listening and observing to speaking) Spend outside time (lunch or whatever) with Quinn so you can get to know him & find out why he is so quiet Ask a question in which each person must give an opinion (where theres no wrong answer, non-threatening) Ask Quinn to share by name (direct question) near the beginning of the discussion, when there are several possible answers; Or ask him an easy question (with encouragement) Express appreciation for Quinns contribution whenever he does share Make sure that everyone is seated on the same level, and in the circle; if possible, sit so that Quinn is directly across from you (in your direct line of eye contact) Quietly enlist the help of others in drawing Quinn out Break into groups of 2s or 3s for part of your group time (less threatening) Use Quinns name in a positive illustration

    22. Brad Why is Quinn so quiet? (Might be intimidated by the Bible study environment; might not feel confident speaking about the Word; OR may just prefer listening and observing to speaking) Spend outside time (lunch or whatever) with Quinn so you can get to know him & find out why he is so quiet Ask a question in which each person must give an opinion (where theres no wrong answer, non-threatening) Ask Quinn to share by name (direct question) near the beginning of the discussion, when there are several possible answers; Or ask him an easy question (with encouragement) Express appreciation for Quinns contribution whenever he does share Make sure that everyone is seated on the same level, and in the circle; if possible, sit so that Quinn is directly across from you (in your direct line of eye contact) Quietly enlist the help of others in drawing Quinn out Break into groups of 2s or 3s for part of your group time (less threatening) Use Quinns name in a positive illustration Brad Why is Quinn so quiet? (Might be intimidated by the Bible study environment; might not feel confident speaking about the Word; OR may just prefer listening and observing to speaking) Spend outside time (lunch or whatever) with Quinn so you can get to know him & find out why he is so quiet Ask a question in which each person must give an opinion (where theres no wrong answer, non-threatening) Ask Quinn to share by name (direct question) near the beginning of the discussion, when there are several possible answers; Or ask him an easy question (with encouragement) Express appreciation for Quinns contribution whenever he does share Make sure that everyone is seated on the same level, and in the circle; if possible, sit so that Quinn is directly across from you (in your direct line of eye contact) Quietly enlist the help of others in drawing Quinn out Break into groups of 2s or 3s for part of your group time (less threatening) Use Quinns name in a positive illustration

    23. Brad Why is Quinn so quiet? (Might be intimidated by the Bible study environment; might not feel confident speaking about the Word; OR may just prefer listening and observing to speaking) Spend outside time (lunch or whatever) with Quinn so you can get to know him & find out why he is so quiet Ask a question in which each person must give an opinion (where theres no wrong answer, non-threatening) Ask Quinn to share by name (direct question) near the beginning of the discussion, when there are several possible answers; Or ask him an easy question (with encouragement) Express appreciation for Quinns contribution whenever he does share Make sure that everyone is seated on the same level, and in the circle; if possible, sit so that Quinn is directly across from you (in your direct line of eye contact) Quietly enlist the help of others in drawing Quinn out Break into groups of 2s or 3s for part of your group time (less threatening) Use Quinns name in a positive illustration Brad Why is Quinn so quiet? (Might be intimidated by the Bible study environment; might not feel confident speaking about the Word; OR may just prefer listening and observing to speaking) Spend outside time (lunch or whatever) with Quinn so you can get to know him & find out why he is so quiet Ask a question in which each person must give an opinion (where theres no wrong answer, non-threatening) Ask Quinn to share by name (direct question) near the beginning of the discussion, when there are several possible answers; Or ask him an easy question (with encouragement) Express appreciation for Quinns contribution whenever he does share Make sure that everyone is seated on the same level, and in the circle; if possible, sit so that Quinn is directly across from you (in your direct line of eye contact) Quietly enlist the help of others in drawing Quinn out Break into groups of 2s or 3s for part of your group time (less threatening) Use Quinns name in a positive illustration

    24. Brad Why is Quinn so quiet? (Might be intimidated by the Bible study environment; might not feel confident speaking about the Word; OR may just prefer listening and observing to speaking) Spend outside time (lunch or whatever) with Quinn so you can get to know him & find out why he is so quiet Ask a question in which each person must give an opinion (where theres no wrong answer, non-threatening) Ask Quinn to share by name (direct question) near the beginning of the discussion, when there are several possible answers; Or ask him an easy question (with encouragement) Express appreciation for Quinns contribution whenever he does share Make sure that everyone is seated on the same level, and in the circle; if possible, sit so that Quinn is directly across from you (in your direct line of eye contact) Quietly enlist the help of others in drawing Quinn out Break into groups of 2s or 3s for part of your group time (less threatening) Use Quinns name in a positive illustration Brad Why is Quinn so quiet? (Might be intimidated by the Bible study environment; might not feel confident speaking about the Word; OR may just prefer listening and observing to speaking) Spend outside time (lunch or whatever) with Quinn so you can get to know him & find out why he is so quiet Ask a question in which each person must give an opinion (where theres no wrong answer, non-threatening) Ask Quinn to share by name (direct question) near the beginning of the discussion, when there are several possible answers; Or ask him an easy question (with encouragement) Express appreciation for Quinns contribution whenever he does share Make sure that everyone is seated on the same level, and in the circle; if possible, sit so that Quinn is directly across from you (in your direct line of eye contact) Quietly enlist the help of others in drawing Quinn out Break into groups of 2s or 3s for part of your group time (less threatening) Use Quinns name in a positive illustration

    25. Brad Why is Quinn so quiet? (Might be intimidated by the Bible study environment; might not feel confident speaking about the Word; OR may just prefer listening and observing to speaking) Spend outside time (lunch or whatever) with Quinn so you can get to know him & find out why he is so quiet Ask a question in which each person must give an opinion (where theres no wrong answer, non-threatening) Ask Quinn to share by name (direct question) near the beginning of the discussion, when there are several possible answers; Or ask him an easy question (with encouragement) Express appreciation for Quinns contribution whenever he does share Make sure that everyone is seated on the same level, and in the circle; if possible, sit so that Quinn is directly across from you (in your direct line of eye contact) Quietly enlist the help of others in drawing Quinn out Break into groups of 2s or 3s for part of your group time (less threatening) Use Quinns name in a positive illustration Brad Why is Quinn so quiet? (Might be intimidated by the Bible study environment; might not feel confident speaking about the Word; OR may just prefer listening and observing to speaking) Spend outside time (lunch or whatever) with Quinn so you can get to know him & find out why he is so quiet Ask a question in which each person must give an opinion (where theres no wrong answer, non-threatening) Ask Quinn to share by name (direct question) near the beginning of the discussion, when there are several possible answers; Or ask him an easy question (with encouragement) Express appreciation for Quinns contribution whenever he does share Make sure that everyone is seated on the same level, and in the circle; if possible, sit so that Quinn is directly across from you (in your direct line of eye contact) Quietly enlist the help of others in drawing Quinn out Break into groups of 2s or 3s for part of your group time (less threatening) Use Quinns name in a positive illustration

    26. Brad Why is Quinn so quiet? (Might be intimidated by the Bible study environment; might not feel confident speaking about the Word; OR may just prefer listening and observing to speaking) Spend outside time (lunch or whatever) with Quinn so you can get to know him & find out why he is so quiet Ask a question in which each person must give an opinion (where theres no wrong answer, non-threatening) Ask Quinn to share by name (direct question) near the beginning of the discussion, when there are several possible answers; Or ask him an easy question (with encouragement) Express appreciation for Quinns contribution whenever he does share Make sure that everyone is seated on the same level, and in the circle; if possible, sit so that Quinn is directly across from you (in your direct line of eye contact) Quietly enlist the help of others in drawing Quinn out Break into groups of 2s or 3s for part of your group time (less threatening) Use Quinns name in a positive illustration Brad Why is Quinn so quiet? (Might be intimidated by the Bible study environment; might not feel confident speaking about the Word; OR may just prefer listening and observing to speaking) Spend outside time (lunch or whatever) with Quinn so you can get to know him & find out why he is so quiet Ask a question in which each person must give an opinion (where theres no wrong answer, non-threatening) Ask Quinn to share by name (direct question) near the beginning of the discussion, when there are several possible answers; Or ask him an easy question (with encouragement) Express appreciation for Quinns contribution whenever he does share Make sure that everyone is seated on the same level, and in the circle; if possible, sit so that Quinn is directly across from you (in your direct line of eye contact) Quietly enlist the help of others in drawing Quinn out Break into groups of 2s or 3s for part of your group time (less threatening) Use Quinns name in a positive illustration

    27. Brad Why is Quinn so quiet? (Might be intimidated by the Bible study environment; might not feel confident speaking about the Word; OR may just prefer listening and observing to speaking) Spend outside time (lunch or whatever) with Quinn so you can get to know him & find out why he is so quiet Ask a question in which each person must give an opinion (where theres no wrong answer, non-threatening) Ask Quinn to share by name (direct question) near the beginning of the discussion, when there are several possible answers; Or ask him an easy question (with encouragement) Express appreciation for Quinns contribution whenever he does share Make sure that everyone is seated on the same level, and in the circle; if possible, sit so that Quinn is directly across from you (in your direct line of eye contact) Quietly enlist the help of others in drawing Quinn out Break into groups of 2s or 3s for part of your group time (less threatening) Use Quinns name in a positive illustration Brad Why is Quinn so quiet? (Might be intimidated by the Bible study environment; might not feel confident speaking about the Word; OR may just prefer listening and observing to speaking) Spend outside time (lunch or whatever) with Quinn so you can get to know him & find out why he is so quiet Ask a question in which each person must give an opinion (where theres no wrong answer, non-threatening) Ask Quinn to share by name (direct question) near the beginning of the discussion, when there are several possible answers; Or ask him an easy question (with encouragement) Express appreciation for Quinns contribution whenever he does share Make sure that everyone is seated on the same level, and in the circle; if possible, sit so that Quinn is directly across from you (in your direct line of eye contact) Quietly enlist the help of others in drawing Quinn out Break into groups of 2s or 3s for part of your group time (less threatening) Use Quinns name in a positive illustration

    28. Brad Why is Quinn so quiet? (Might be intimidated by the Bible study environment; might not feel confident speaking about the Word; OR may just prefer listening and observing to speaking) Spend outside time (lunch or whatever) with Quinn so you can get to know him & find out why he is so quiet Ask a question in which each person must give an opinion (where theres no wrong answer, non-threatening) Ask Quinn to share by name (direct question) near the beginning of the discussion, when there are several possible answers; Or ask him an easy question (with encouragement) Express appreciation for Quinns contribution whenever he does share Make sure that everyone is seated on the same level, and in the circle; if possible, sit so that Quinn is directly across from you (in your direct line of eye contact) Quietly enlist the help of others in drawing Quinn out Break into groups of 2s or 3s for part of your group time (less threatening) Use Quinns name in a positive illustration Brad Why is Quinn so quiet? (Might be intimidated by the Bible study environment; might not feel confident speaking about the Word; OR may just prefer listening and observing to speaking) Spend outside time (lunch or whatever) with Quinn so you can get to know him & find out why he is so quiet Ask a question in which each person must give an opinion (where theres no wrong answer, non-threatening) Ask Quinn to share by name (direct question) near the beginning of the discussion, when there are several possible answers; Or ask him an easy question (with encouragement) Express appreciation for Quinns contribution whenever he does share Make sure that everyone is seated on the same level, and in the circle; if possible, sit so that Quinn is directly across from you (in your direct line of eye contact) Quietly enlist the help of others in drawing Quinn out Break into groups of 2s or 3s for part of your group time (less threatening) Use Quinns name in a positive illustration

    29. Brad Why is Quinn so quiet? (Might be intimidated by the Bible study environment; might not feel confident speaking about the Word; OR may just prefer listening and observing to speaking) Spend outside time (lunch or whatever) with Quinn so you can get to know him & find out why he is so quiet Ask a question in which each person must give an opinion (where theres no wrong answer, non-threatening) Ask Quinn to share by name (direct question) near the beginning of the discussion, when there are several possible answers; Or ask him an easy question (with encouragement) Express appreciation for Quinns contribution whenever he does share Make sure that everyone is seated on the same level, and in the circle; if possible, sit so that Quinn is directly across from you (in your direct line of eye contact) Quietly enlist the help of others in drawing Quinn out Break into groups of 2s or 3s for part of your group time (less threatening) Use Quinns name in a positive illustration Brad Why is Quinn so quiet? (Might be intimidated by the Bible study environment; might not feel confident speaking about the Word; OR may just prefer listening and observing to speaking) Spend outside time (lunch or whatever) with Quinn so you can get to know him & find out why he is so quiet Ask a question in which each person must give an opinion (where theres no wrong answer, non-threatening) Ask Quinn to share by name (direct question) near the beginning of the discussion, when there are several possible answers; Or ask him an easy question (with encouragement) Express appreciation for Quinns contribution whenever he does share Make sure that everyone is seated on the same level, and in the circle; if possible, sit so that Quinn is directly across from you (in your direct line of eye contact) Quietly enlist the help of others in drawing Quinn out Break into groups of 2s or 3s for part of your group time (less threatening) Use Quinns name in a positive illustration

    30. Brad Why is Quinn so quiet? (Might be intimidated by the Bible study environment; might not feel confident speaking about the Word; OR may just prefer listening and observing to speaking) Spend outside time (lunch or whatever) with Quinn so you can get to know him & find out why he is so quiet Ask a question in which each person must give an opinion (where theres no wrong answer, non-threatening) Ask Quinn to share by name (direct question) near the beginning of the discussion, when there are several possible answers; Or ask him an easy question (with encouragement) Express appreciation for Quinns contribution whenever he does share Make sure that everyone is seated on the same level, and in the circle; if possible, sit so that Quinn is directly across from you (in your direct line of eye contact) Quietly enlist the help of others in drawing Quinn out Break into groups of 2s or 3s for part of your group time (less threatening) Use Quinns name in a positive illustration Brad Why is Quinn so quiet? (Might be intimidated by the Bible study environment; might not feel confident speaking about the Word; OR may just prefer listening and observing to speaking) Spend outside time (lunch or whatever) with Quinn so you can get to know him & find out why he is so quiet Ask a question in which each person must give an opinion (where theres no wrong answer, non-threatening) Ask Quinn to share by name (direct question) near the beginning of the discussion, when there are several possible answers; Or ask him an easy question (with encouragement) Express appreciation for Quinns contribution whenever he does share Make sure that everyone is seated on the same level, and in the circle; if possible, sit so that Quinn is directly across from you (in your direct line of eye contact) Quietly enlist the help of others in drawing Quinn out Break into groups of 2s or 3s for part of your group time (less threatening) Use Quinns name in a positive illustration

    31. Brad Why is Quinn so quiet? (Might be intimidated by the Bible study environment; might not feel confident speaking about the Word; OR may just prefer listening and observing to speaking) Spend outside time (lunch or whatever) with Quinn so you can get to know him & find out why he is so quiet Ask a question in which each person must give an opinion (where theres no wrong answer, non-threatening) Ask Quinn to share by name (direct question) near the beginning of the discussion, when there are several possible answers; Or ask him an easy question (with encouragement) Express appreciation for Quinns contribution whenever he does share Make sure that everyone is seated on the same level, and in the circle; if possible, sit so that Quinn is directly across from you (in your direct line of eye contact) Quietly enlist the help of others in drawing Quinn out Break into groups of 2s or 3s for part of your group time (less threatening) Use Quinns name in a positive illustration Brad Why is Quinn so quiet? (Might be intimidated by the Bible study environment; might not feel confident speaking about the Word; OR may just prefer listening and observing to speaking) Spend outside time (lunch or whatever) with Quinn so you can get to know him & find out why he is so quiet Ask a question in which each person must give an opinion (where theres no wrong answer, non-threatening) Ask Quinn to share by name (direct question) near the beginning of the discussion, when there are several possible answers; Or ask him an easy question (with encouragement) Express appreciation for Quinns contribution whenever he does share Make sure that everyone is seated on the same level, and in the circle; if possible, sit so that Quinn is directly across from you (in your direct line of eye contact) Quietly enlist the help of others in drawing Quinn out Break into groups of 2s or 3s for part of your group time (less threatening) Use Quinns name in a positive illustration

    32. Big Idea Forgiven people must be forgiving people. (Credit: Haddon Robinson)