One thing about teens, they love asking questions---the tougher the better! Get a group of kids together, and those queries can lead to life-changing discussion. Schulenburg's collection of 500 stumpers---including "Are some sins worse than others?"---may not always offer the "right" answer, but will get your students talking about the deeper issues of faith. 144 pages, softcover from Zondervan.
It was a sixteen-year-old named Charlie who first started asking Brian Schulenburg the tough questions about faith, God, and life. And since then, Brian meets every other week with dozens of students who are asking the same questions. While he doesnt have all the answers, hes found that just letting the students ask the questions and wrestle through them together, life change is happening. Here youll find 500 of those tough questions, perfect for you to use with your own students. Youll get them thinking and talking about the things that probably confuse and bewilder them. Questions like: Whats the deal with the Bible? How do we know that we can trust it? Whats the deal with heaven? Will there be sex in heaven? Whats the deal with sin? Are some sins worse than others? Whats the deal with dinosaurs? Were there dinosaurs on the ark? Whats the deal with tragedy? Why would God let a baby die? There may not always be a right answer, but there will be great discussions that lead to life change. If youre looking for a way to get your students talking and thinking about some of the deeper issues of faith and life, Whats the Deal With
is the perfect book to keep on hand.
Brian Schulenburg is a youth ministry veteran who has served churches in Virginia, Illinois, and Minnesota. He now serves as the Senior Pastor at Woodbury Community Church in Woodbury, Minnesota. Brian is the author of two other books in the Youth Specialties Quick Questions series, and he speaks at churches, schools, and conferences all over the United States. Married to his best friend, Cyndi, since 1991, Brian and his wife have four wonderful children: Breanna, Christopher, Jeremy, and Zachary.
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