It's Your Move: Out Loud: Twelve Interactive Game-Based Small Group Sessions

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Standard Publishing, Mar 1, 2010 - Religion - 78 pages
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It's Your Move is an adult small group topical study series designed to get people playing, talking, and connecting through classic group games and the study of God's Word. This easy-to-lead, easy-to-do format offers small groups the chance to:

• HAVE FUN—Each Game On session creates an atmosphere where entertainment and interaction happen naturally.
• LEARN ABOUT GOD—Each Postgame Breakdown session offers solid Bible content with approachable explanation and practical application.
• LEARN ABOUT EACH OTHER—Thoughtful questions for both group discussion and personal reflection are included throughout.
• MAKE AN IMPACT—Each Postgame Breakdown session ends with a group challenge to take what's been learned and act on it.

It's Your Move—Out Loud features:
• Cranium: Finding Common Sense in a Confusing World
• Scattegories: Simplifying Your Life
• Pictionary: Grasping God's Vision
• Trivial Pursuit: Checking Your Priorities
• Taboo: Acknowledging Temptation
• Outburst: Harnessing the Power of the Tongue
 

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Contents

How to Play tHis Book
4
OstGame BreakdOwn
11
finding Contentment in CHaos
18
grasPing gods Vision
30
CHeCking your Priorities
42
aCknowledging temPtation
54
Harnessing tHe Power of tHe tongue
66
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About the author (2010)

Tom Ellsworth is the preaching minister at Sherwood Oaks Christian Church in Bloomington, Indiana. Tom is passionate about aviation, has enjoyed restoring his grandfather's 1948 Chrysler, and relaxes in his backyard by tinkering in his shop. He loves spending time with his wife, Elsie, and their two daughters. Tom is also the author of It's Your Move--Out Loud (ISBN: 978-0-7847-2362-3), Beyond Your Backyard (ISBN: 978-0-7847-2108-7), and Beyond Your Backyard Group Member Discussion Guide (ISBN: 978-0-7847-2174-2).

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