Item description for What If . . . ?: 450 Thought Provoking Questions to Get Teenagers Talking, Laughing, and Thinking (Quick Questions) by Les Christie...
Overview Contains questions designed to break the ice or get a discussion started
Publishers Description How will your kids answer these provocative questions? What if. . .you could talk to you family about anything? . . .you could have one superhuman power? . . .you could grade your teacher? . . .You found out your best friend had AIDS? . . .you could exchange bodies with anyone? . . .you could ask God three questions? Their answer will spark lively discussion, debate, and real thinking. You can use the 450 stimulating questions you'll find in What If. . .? to break the ice, get a discussion rolling, build community, get kids to wrestle with spiritual issues, or just have fun. The follow-up questions--What could you do? What would you do? What should you do?--provide an added twist to the process. And the convenient size makes it easy to stick in your pocket or the glove compartment of your car. You'll find What If. . .? an indispensable part of your youth ministry.
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Studio: Zondervan/Youth Specialties
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 6.75" Width: 4.52" Height: 0.38" Weight: 0.3 lbs.
Release Date Jul 1, 1996
Publisher Zondervan Publishing
Series Quick Questions
ISBN 0310207762 ISBN13 9780310207764 UPC 025986207762
Availability 0 units.
More About Les Christie
Dr. Les Christie has been in youth ministry for 40 years. He has led popular seminars all over the world, training more than a million volunteers from a wide variety of organizations and denominations. Dr. Christie is the author of 13 books and co-author of 10 others. Les has been the chair of the Youth Ministry Department at William Jessup University since 1993.
Les Christie currently resides in San Jose, in the state of California.
I used this book to stimulate conversation in my high school homeroom class. My students are older, so some of the questions didn't really relate to them. There are a lot of references to Christianity and 'GOD' so you must read it before kids do if you teach public school. Overall, there were only some good questions to discuss.
405 Questions for kids - Some fun or Silly Others SERIOUS Apr 22, 1998
What if... ...you could have one superhuman power? ...you had to pick a slogan that fit your life? ...there was no such thing as money? ...you could ask God three questions? Like the popular Book of Questions, these 450 questions spark thought-provoking fun. Yet even better, the questions are written specifically for teenagers. Some are silly, others are very serious, and some are just plain fun.