Unfinished Sentences 450 Tantalizing Unfinished Sentences to Get Teenagers Talking and Thinking by Les Christie
  

Unfinished Sentences 450 Tantalizing Unfinished Sentences to Get Teenagers Talking and Thinking

Written by Les Christie
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Part of the Quick Questions Series

Synopsis

Unfinished Sentences 450 Tantalizing Unfinished Sentences to Get Teenagers Talking and Thinking by Les Christie

In the best-selling footsteps of Would You Rather . . . ?, What If . . . ?, and Have You Ever . . . ? comes Unfinished Sentences - another collection of sometimes lighthearted, sometimes poignant, and always provocative discussion starters guaranteed to get teenagers talking, thinking, debating. Get the discussion ball rolling with 450 incomplete sentences that can be used anytime, anywhere for breaking the ice, stimulating discussions, building community, getting kids to wrestle with spiritual issues -- or use them just for fun! The convenient size makes Unfinished sentences easy to stick in your pocket or in the glove box -- a resource you won't want your library or your youth ministry team to be without!

About the Author

Les Christie has spent more than forty years in youth ministry, including more than twenty years in the same church. An energetic speaker, Les also chairs the youth ministry department at William Jessup University. He's the author of more than a dozen books and lives in California with his wife, Gretchen, where he no longer has to discipline his two grown sons, Brent and David.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
144 pages

Author

Les Christie
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Publisher

ZonderKidz an imprint of Zondervan

Publication date

21st January 2000

ISBN

9780310230939


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