Introducing yourself to a new group can be intimidating. To help break the ice and make everyone feel more comfortable, it may be useful to start by asking some interesting icebreaker questions. Here are some great icebreaker questions to help you create meaningful conversations and connect with the people in your Bible study group:
1. What is one Bible verse that has impacted you recently?
2. What encouraged you the most in your faith journey this week?
3. What are the benefits that you’ve found while studying the Bible?
4. What message do you draw from a particular passage of Scripture?
5. What’s a Bible story that your family likes to talk about?
6. Is there a person in the Bible that has had an impact on your life?
7. What haven’t you read in the Bible that you wish you had?
8. How do biblical stories inform how you live your life today?
9. What has been your most valuable lesson from studying the Bible?
10. How do ancient messages from the Bible apply to modern life?
11. How have the teachings of Jesus changed the way you view the world?
12. Who are some of the most inspiring people that you’ve read about in the Bible?
13. What has been your favorite Bible study topic so far?
14. What questions do you have about the Bible that you’d like to explore with this group?
15. What does the Trinity mean to you?
16. How do you prepare for a Bible study?
17. What is the most difficult challenge you’ve faced while studying the Bible?
18. What advice would you give someone starting a Bible study group?
19. What is one thing that has surprised you about studying the Bible?
20. What has been the most rewarding thing about studying the Bible with others?