On Every Side, RepackagedOn Every Side, Repackaged
Karen Kingsbury
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Jordan Riley was 13 when his mother died, and he and his sister were separated. Rejecting God, he filled the holes in his soul with anger. Now a successful lawyer, Jordan sues his hometown to remove a religious statue---and encounters surprising opposition from Faith Evans, a young newscaster. There's something strangely familiar about her. . . .

 On Every Side Discussion Questions by Karen Kingsbury


  • Have you ever prayed for something or someone and felt as though God didn't hear your prayers? How did it make you feel? How do you feel now?

  • Did it surprise you to learn that there really was a Jesus statue case? Why or why not? Where do you think our country stands today in terms of religious freedom issues?

  • How are you or your family and friends affected by restrictions on religious freedom in the United States?

  • To which character in the book can you most relate? Why?

  • Consider the main characters. How did they change over the course of the story? In what way is God trying to change or grow you at this stage in your life?

  • Read Joshua 5:13—6:20. What are the parallels between that story and the story in this book?

  • Jordan lost much as a young teen. What losses have you dealt with and how have you responded to them?

  • Have you ever been angry at God because of the losses? Have you ever walked away from God? If so, how are things now between you and God? Why are they that way?

  • Read Romans 8:28. God always has our situation under control. His control, not ours. Has there been a time in your life when all seemed lost, but God—in His timing—worked things out for your good? What was that like? How did you feel about God during that time?

  • Why did the letter from Jordan's mother change his life? Has anyone ever written you a letter that changed your life? Describe that situation.
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