Good Questions Now on Kindle

I am in the process of converting Good Questions Have Groups Talking into Kindle Format. IPad and Nook coming soon. This is great news for people who would prefer to purchase lessons a series at a time rather than on a subscription basis.

(By the way, if you use Good Questions Have Groups Talking, would you mind writing a review of on of the series on Amazon?)

Each Lesson in Good Questions Have Groups Talking consists of about 20 questions that are designed to stir up a group. They are designed to make groups think, discuss, act and be changed.

Answers to quesions are provided in the form of brief quotes from well known authors such as Max Lucado, Beth Moore, John Piper and many more. I try to include touching stories, funny stories and shocking statistics.

Here are some of the benefits of using Good Questions:

  • Each lesson consists of about 20 ready-to-use questions.
  • Saves you time in preparation.
  • Get groups thinking and talking.
  • Application-oriented.
  • Answers from well known commentators and writers such as John MacArthur, Beth Moore, John Piper and many more.
  • Great stories and illustrations in every lesson.
  • Good Questions make it easier to recruit teachers. If you can read 20 questions, you can lead a Bible Study.
  • Corrispond with three of Lifeway's outlines. Can be used supplementally or stand alone. (Usually used supplementally.)
  • Suitable for home groups or Sunday School classes.
  • Four new lessons added each week.
  • Thousands of lessons available on every book of the Bible and every imaginable topic.
  • No long-term commitments. If you are not satisfied, cancel any time.

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Josh Hunt