More Would You Rather...?
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About "More Would You Rather...?"
You loved Would You Rather...?and asked for more. In the tradition of the Quick Questions line, More Would You Rather...?offers another 465 provocative questions that will get your students laughing, debating, and thinking (and they'll learn a ton about each other in the process). Get ready for more fun as you ask* Would you rather...* Live without your thumb or your big toe? * Be famous or inspirational? * Flip burgers or deliver pizza? It's amazing what can happen when you ask a silly question. Most of the time, a student's answer has a story behind it. Explore the answers as you learn about students' values, fears, and faith. And the book's convenient size makes it easy to stick in your pocket, your backpack, or your car's glove compartment. Whether you're a veteran youth worker or new to the field, a paid professional or a volunteer, you'll find More Would You Rather...?an indispensable part of your ministry resource library.
Meet the Author
Founder of Simply Youth Ministry, Doug Fields has been in youth ministry since 1979 and is currently on staff at Saddleback Church in Southern California. He's the director of Purpose Driven Youth Ministry, and the author and co-author of more than 50 books, including the bestsellers Speaking to Teenagers and Your First Two Years in Youth Ministry. SPANISH BIO: Doug Fields es el pastor de ensenanza de la Iglesia Saddleback, una iglesia de 25,000 miembros. Como pastor de jovenes por mas de veinticinco anos, Doug realiza su actual funcion desde 1992. Ha sido autor y coauthor de mas de cincuenta
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If you have anything to do with leading small groups, especially youth, this little book is an invaluable resource. It is full of hundreds of 'would you rather...?' questions to use as icebreakers, distractions on long car trips, 'getting to know you' activities, or just plain fun. Eg 'Would you rather be invisible or have x-ray vision?' My small groups have had heaps of fun and laughs with this book over the years. It's amazing how some really deep and meaningful discussions can come from such seemingly inconsequential questions.