The Ideas Factory: 100 Adaptable Discussion Starters to Get Teens Talking

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Monarch Books, Mar 4, 2008 - Religion - 308 pages
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The Ideas Factory pairs one hundred stories with provocative questions. This resource helps teens discuss big issues including drugs; parental relationships; and important biblical concepts, such as giving, the afterlife, and love. Questions begin with general discussions and move on to what the Bible has to say about each topic. Alternate questions are included especially for unchurched young people.

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User Review  - Janis Gaines -

I love this book! I happened upon it accidentally in a Christian bookstore. I have been using this with my kids (15, 14, and 12) at home for our family time after dinner. It has worked! It definitely ... Read full review

User Review  - Tomial Gary -

X-cellent Ministry material for our teens to start a open forum discussion at Wed nite Bible class. Read full review

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About the author (2008)

Martin Saunders is the Director of Creative Development for Christian charity, Youthscape. Prior to that he was the editor of Youthwork magazine and Childrenswork magazine, and founder of the Youthwork Summit - the largest youthwork conference in the UK. He is the author of a number of books including The Ideas Factory, The Think Tank and 500 Prayers for Young People.

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