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3 Disciples: Kindness in Action

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Christian dialog between David, Joshua, and Bella

David, Joshua, and Bella were walking home from school one afternoon when they saw an elderly woman struggling to cross the street. Her hands were full of groceries, and she was having a hard time keeping her balance.

David: “Guys, we should help her. It’s the right thing to do.”

Joshua: “I don’t know. We might be late for our youth group meeting.”

Bella: “Joshua, this woman needs our help. We can’t just leave her here.”

David: “Bella’s right. Let’s put our faith into action.”

The three friends walked up to the woman and offered to carry her groceries and help her cross the street safely.

Woman: “Thank you so much, young people. You remind me of Jesus and his love for others.”

David: “That’s what we try to do, ma’am. We want to show God’s love in our actions.”

Joshua: “You’re right, David. I’m glad we helped this woman. I feel good about it.”

Bella: “Me too. It’s amazing how a small act of kindness can make a big difference.”

The three friends walked away feeling proud of themselves for helping someone in need and showing God’s love in action. They knew that their small act of kindness could make a big impact on the world around them.

3 Disciples: Serve God Together

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Christian dialog between David, Joshua, and Bella

Setting: Inside a church after Sunday service

David: Hey guys, did you know that our church is looking for volunteers to serve in different ministries?

Joshua: Yeah, I heard about it. I think it’s a great opportunity to get involved and serve God.

Bella: That sounds interesting. What kind of ministries are they looking for volunteers in?

David: Well, there’s children’s ministry, ushering, hospitality, and even worship team.

Joshua: I’m thinking of signing up for children’s ministry. I love working with kids and sharing God’s love with them.

Bella: That’s really cool. I’m interested in ushering. I like the idea of welcoming people and helping them find their seats.

David: As for me, I’ve always wanted to join the worship team. I love playing music and singing praises to God.

Joshua: That’s great, David. I think we can all use our talents to serve God and bring glory to His name.

Bella: I agree. It’s important to use our gifts and abilities for His kingdom and not just for ourselves.

David: Absolutely. It’s not about what we can get, but what we can give. And I think serving God in church is one of the best ways to do that.

Joshua: Well said, David. Let’s sign up and start serving together.

Bella: Yes, let’s do it. I’m excited to see what God has in store for us.

(They all walk out of the church, ready to serve God and His people.)

3 Disciples: The Importance of Doing Your Homework

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Christian dialog between David, Joshua, and Bella

David, Joshua, and Bella were sitting in the school cafeteria during lunchtime, discussing their homework load.

David: “Man, I have so much homework to do tonight. It’s stressing me out.”

Joshua: “I know what you mean. I have to finish my English essay and my math problems. It’s a lot.”

Bella: “Well, I always do my homework as soon as I get home. That way, I have the rest of the night to relax.”

David: “That’s a good idea, but I always get distracted by my phone or TV.”

Joshua: “Me too. I feel like I can’t concentrate for more than five minutes.”

Bella: “Guys, we have to remember that doing our homework is important. It’s not just about getting good grades, it’s about learning and preparing for our future.”

David: “Yeah, I guess you’re right. But it’s still hard to motivate myself sometimes.”

Joshua: “I think we need to find a way to make it more fun. Like turning it into a game or challenging ourselves to finish faster.”

Bella: “That’s a good idea, but we also need to remember that we have a responsibility to do our homework. It’s part of being a good student and a good Christian.”

David: “You’re right. I think I need to start taking my homework more seriously.”

Joshua: “Me too. Let’s make a pact to do our homework every night and help each other out if we’re struggling.”

Bella: “I’m in. Together, we can make it through anything.”

As they finished their lunch and headed back to class, David, Joshua, and Bella felt a renewed sense of purpose and determination. They knew that with each other’s support and God’s help, they could tackle any challenge that came their way.

3 Disciples: Obeying Our Parents

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Christian dialog between David, Joshua, and Bella

David, Joshua, and Bella are gathered at Joshua’s house, working on a group project.

David: (sighing) I’m so tired of my parents telling me what to do all the time. I’m almost 18, I should be able to make my own decisions.

Joshua: (smiling) I hear you, man. But the Bible tells us to honor and obey our parents. It’s not always easy, but it’s what God wants us to do.

Bella: (nodding) And you know what? Our parents have so much more life experience than we do. They’ve been through things that we haven’t, and they can see things that we can’t.

David: (grumbling) But what if I don’t agree with them? What if I think they’re wrong?

Joshua: (thoughtfully) Well, it’s okay to respectfully express your thoughts and feelings. But at the end of the day, we need to trust that our parents have our best interests at heart. And we need to trust that God is working through them.

Bella: (smiling) And who knows? Maybe if we listen to our parents and obey them, things will turn out even better than we could have imagined.

David: (nodding) I see your point. I’ll try to be better about obeying my parents and trusting God.

Joshua: (grinning) Good for you, man. And hey, if you ever need a reminder, just come talk to us.

Bella: (laughing) Yeah, we’ll give you a good pep talk.

The three friends continue working on their project, grateful for the reminder to obey and honor their parents.

3 Disciples: Using Our Talents for God’s Glory

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Christian dialog between David, Joshua, and Bella

David: Hey guys, I’ve been thinking a lot lately about how we can use our talents to bring glory to God. Have you guys thought about that?

Joshua: Yeah, I have. I mean, I’m pretty good at sports, and I always try to play in a way that shows respect for my opponents and honors God.

Bella: For me, it’s music. I play the piano, and I try to use it to bless others and bring them closer to God.

David: That’s awesome. I’ve been working on my writing skills, and I’m thinking about starting a blog where I can share my faith and encourage others.

Joshua: That’s a great idea, David. I think we all have unique talents that God has given us, and it’s our job to use them for His glory.

Bella: Absolutely. I think it’s so easy to get caught up in the competition and the pressure to be the best, but we need to remember that God has a purpose for our talents.

David: That’s right. I think the key is to focus on using our talents to serve others, not just ourselves. When we do that, we bring glory to God and show His love to those around us.

Joshua: And we also need to remember that our talents are not just for our own benefit, but for the benefit of the church and the world. We can use them to spread the gospel and make a difference in people’s lives.

Bella: Exactly. So let’s keep working on our talents and using them to bring glory to God. Who knows what amazing things He can do through us?

3 Disciples: Faith

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Christian Dialog between David, Joshua, and Bella

David: Hey guys, I’ve been thinking a lot about faith recently. What does it mean to you?

Joshua: For me, faith is all about trusting God, even when things are tough. It’s believing that God is in control and that everything will work out for good in the end.

Bella: I totally agree with Joshua. I think faith is also about taking action based on that trust. It’s not just believing, but it’s also doing what God asks of us, even when it’s hard.

David: That’s a good point, Bella. I think faith is also about recognizing that we’re not perfect, but that we can still be loved and forgiven by God. It’s humbling to realize that we need God’s grace and mercy in our lives.

Joshua: Definitely. And faith also gives us hope for the future. We can be assured of eternal life with God, and that gives us the strength to persevere through trials and hardships in this life.

Bella: Yes, and faith also brings us together as a community. We can encourage and support each other, and share the love and truth of God with those around us.

David: Wow, you guys have given me a lot to think about. I’m grateful for our friendship and for the ways we can grow in faith together.

Joshua: Me too, David. Let’s keep pursuing God and His plans for our lives.

Bella: Absolutely. We may not have all the answers, but we can trust in the One who does.

3 Disciples: New Bible Study Group

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Christian Dialog between David, Joshua, and Bella

David: Hey, guys, did you hear about the new Bible study group that’s starting up at church next week?

Joshua: No, I haven’t heard anything about it. What’s it about?

Bella: I think it’s going to be focused on prayer and fasting.

David: Yeah, that’s right. I’m really excited to join, I think it’s going to be a great way to grow closer to God.

Joshua: Hmm, I don’t know if I could handle the fasting part. I get pretty hangry when I don’t eat.

Bella: It can be tough, but I think it’s really rewarding to sacrifice something for God. Plus, it can help us refocus on what’s important.

David: Absolutely. And it’s not just about the fasting, it’s also a chance to come together and support each other in prayer.

Joshua: You know what, you guys have convinced me. I’m in!

Bella: Yay! I’m so glad we’ll be able to do this together.

David: Yeah, me too. I can’t wait to see how God will work in our lives through this study.

Joshua: Agreed. It’s always amazing to see how God can use us, even in small ways.

Bella: That’s right. And who knows, maybe we’ll all learn something new about ourselves and God along the way.

David: I’m sure we will. God is always faithful to those who seek Him.

Joshua: Amen to that. I’m really looking forward to it.

Bella: Me too!

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