Some of you might remember that I submitted a question to Mark Driscoll with his “Ask Anything” project. Somehow my question on the regulative principle made it all the way to #1 with over 25,000 votes. All that was pretty fun I must say.
Yesterday, I was approached by some of the children’s workers about doing a similar “ask anything” for elementary kids. I received some of them last night and thought I’d post a few here.
1. How do you know that God is real?
2. Why did God talk to us back then but not now?
3. What is baptism?
4. Where do babies go if they are not Christians?
5. How was God God when there was no people?
6. How do people get to heaven if they have problems with their brain?
7. Why did Jesus say to Simon Peter do you love me when he knows everything?
8. Did God really make everything in six days?
9. Would it be sin if you killed someone to save another person’s life?
10. How do we know that Jesus is alive?
Pretty intense questions for elementary school kids! I have my work cut out. Would that I was such a budding theologian in elementary school! So you could vote for any one question, which question listed above is your favorite? Consider this your chance to vote for your favorite question from kids of Grace. 🙂
On a lighter note, here are some personal ones they asked:
1. How old are you?
2. What’s your favorite Bible story?
3. What do you do at home?
4. How many times have you almost died?
5. Who is your favorite apostle?
6. What is your favorite song we sing at church?
7. Is it scary preaching in front of everybody in the church?
8. Is your dog a big baby like my dog Barkley?
9. What is your favorite Bible verse?
10. Besides Jesus, who is your favorite person in the Bible?
Ask Anything – Elementary Style. They ask – you vote.