There are endless possibilities to complete the scenario, but you're just getting the conversation going. If you could start any non-profit or service project, what would it be?
What follows are some ideas, but certainly not as creative as this could go!
filthy rich or dirt poor I have a friend that's great at asking "would you rather" questions. But it can be fun to put creativity into coming up with different scenarios to choose from.
However, when put on the spot, some of us aren't great at coming up with random memories, so it helps to have some questions to bring those past experiences to mind.
Talking about past memories is definitely bonding--seeing how past events have influenced them into the people they are today.
There's nothing like that quality time and intent in discovering the intricacies of the other person. But there is still so much we can learn about each other; so many ways we can still grow our intimacy through conversation. indulgence Beyond favorites, there's something about knowing if a person prefers a mac or a pc (for example) that can be so telling about personality and how they tick.
All it takes is a couple questions to get that going. These are similar to favorites and can be expounded on, but are great for rapid-fire, too. Is there a major challenge we should be praying about as a family? What is one thing you have learned about God this year? When was the last time you saw a direct answer to prayer? How do you prefer to take a break at the end of the day? What would you do if you had to live on a mountain without warning? If you became famous, how would you live your life differently? If you could open any business downtown, what would it be? Where would you go/live if you could travel/live anywhere? No interrogating (no need to ask all 100 questions at once); no vague "so, what's new with you?