How to Ask Great Questions: Guide Discussion, Build Relationships, Deepen Faith
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In How to Ask Great Questions, you'll learn when and how to ask effective questions and how to promote follow-up discussions that will lead from thoughtful conversations to life application. Ideal for small-group leaders, Sunday school teachers, and anyone who regularly leads group discussions or committee meetings.

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Title: How to Ask Great Questions: Guide Discussion, Build Relationships, Deepen Faith
By: Karen Lee-Thorp
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 100
Vendor: NavPress
Publication Date: 2018
Dimensions: 8.0 X 5.5 (inches)
Weight: 5 ounces
ISBN: 1641581328
ISBN-13: 9781641581325
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Great answers start with great questions.
People remember what they discover for themselves far more than what others tell them. A great question can mean the difference between exchanging information and discovering deeper meaning.

In How to Ask Great Questions, you’ll learn when and how to ask effective questions and how to promote follow-up discussions that will lead from thoughtful conversations to life application. Ideal for small-group leaders, Sunday school teachers, and anyone who regularly leads group discussions or committee meetings.

How to Ask Great Questions will equip you to
  • build relationships between group members
  • help people unpack a passage of Scripture or another book
  • draw out opinions, feelings, and assumptions
  • deepen discussions with intentional focus
  • guide people in applying the Bible to their lives
  • facilitate problem-solving and decision-making in group settings
Transform a gathering of acquaintances into a community of friends.

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