Good Questions are better than ever!
Need I go on?
I am a bit of a book junkie. Back in the day it was all about paper books. I filled my house and office. At one point I said, "Enough!" and took 20 boxes of books to the used book store just to thin things out a bit.
A few years back I went crazy buying WordSearch books. These are great because they are searchable and I can copy and paste short sections into Good Questions Have Groups Talking. I currently have 1250 WordSearch books.
About a year ago I bought a Kindle. Whereas WordSearch allows me to get a hold of commentaries and such, Kindle enables me to get a hold of new books and use them for illustrations in Good Questions. I have been buying more than a book a day. I have 677 items in my Kindle Library. 459 are Kindle books; the rest are audible books.
Still, I wanted more.
This weekend I dove into Logos. I bought the Scholars Library, plus a few other things. All these to provide you and your teachers with the best resource imaginable to teach your Sunday School classes and small groups.
The #1 complaint I hear about Sunday School literature is this: it lacks depth. I never heard anyone make that complaint about the writers above. These are world-class writers who have been a blessing to millions of people. Now they can bless your group as well.