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Content includes books from bestselling, midlist and debut authors. When starting your group agree on guidelines - make them clear - and stick to them.
When in trouble return to your focus which is the book. Confront your divas before they spoil the group.
If you are not enjoying your reading group - and cannot fix it - drop out and start or find a new one. HOW TO BEGIN YOUR READING GROUP DISCUSSION
Book discussion groups will have a field day with the imagery, the well-developed characters, and the concepts of innocence, evil, and guilt." —Booklist (starred review) It is a priviledge we have and it's by God's design.
Reading non-fiction? Check out these book club questions for non-fiction books. More Question Ideas. Of course, these discussion questions are pretty generic.
You might want to use these as a guide to start thinking about more specific questions you could ask about your particular reading selection. Adult Content The group should be set to adults-only due to its adult content.
Inappropriate The group contains hate speech or sexual role-play activity, or facilitates illegal activity. Plagiarized The group's content has been reproduced from another group.
Home Grown Handbook for Christian Parenting (with a Study Guide), Karen De Boer, Faith Alive Christian Resources, 2010 Seven chapters include 111 real-life questions and answers. This book is ideal for parents, and a study guide makes it an accessible tool for groups to study.
Guide. This guide for the reading and interpretation of the Bible begins by showing the importance and place of the written Word of God in the whole of the Christian life. Then, it presents the conditions for a fruitful reading, a plan to be followed and a list of tools for deeper study.
Finally, the guide offers some