Intentional Questions

Keeping the conversation going with grandkids can lead to some uncomfortable moments, but I found that asking questions is a wonderful way to open up meaningful conversations.

This Thanksgiving, while passing around the turkey, try asking intentional questions to stimulate table talk. You can write questions in advance and share them at the table. Ask your grandkids, what are you thankful for? And then let them ask you how have your holiday celebrations changed over the decades? Asking intentional questions will transform your holiday dinner from a silent celebration into an opportunity to testify about God’s goodness.

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