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Break Trail

Week 3 Conversation


Jesus is alive.


Luke 24:1-12; I Corinthians 15:21-26; Romans 7:21-25


  • What’s your favorite Easter memory or tradition?
  • Easter Sunday usually begins with a celebration, but how did the first Easter Sunday begin for Jesus’ followers?
  • Choose one person from the Easter story — one of Jesus friends, His mom, or maybe one of the soldiers who killed Him. What do you think they would have experienced the day Jesus rose from the dead?
  • Why was Jesus’ resurrection such good news for His followers? Why is it still good news for us today?
  • Without Jesus’ resurrection, how would the world be hopelessly broken?
  • Without Jesus’ resurrection, how would you and I be hopelessly broken?
  • Read Romans 7:21-25. Have you ever wanted to do what was right, but couldn’t do it? Why does Jesus’ resurrection matter in those moments?
  • What’s something in your life, or in the world, you want to see Jesus resurrect?
  • How many times do you think you’ve heard the Easter story? How do you think we can keep ourselves from getting bored by the story of Jesus’ resurrection?
  • If it’s true Jesus is alive, what’s one thing you can do this week to respond to that truth?