Discussion & Study Guide
The new Discussion & Study Guide is available in booklet form! All of the material is organized with starting points, questions, notes and biblical references for each chapter. These materials are intended to facilitate small group meetings, class discussions and personal study time. You can request a complimentary copy with a complete set of all discussion questions in a PDF format on the Contact Us page.
The Discussion & Study Guide is provided FREE with every book purchase. Additional copies can be ordered online along with all other materials.
A sample of these discussion questions is listed here from the Introduction.
- The author mentions two purposes for the book.
- What are they?
- How many children are at risk today?
- In the U.S.?
- In the world?
- What geographic examples can you use to describe the number of orphans in the world?
- What happens to us on the journey as we follow the Lord’s leading, whether it is for adoption, foster care or caring for vulnerable children?
- Why does the Church need the child in foster care?
- The Lord gave His disciples clear instructions before they left.
- What were they?
- Why is adoption, foster care or helping vulnerable children in need like a journey?
- Why do some people hesitate to begin the journey?
- Discuss how the five goals of the book fit into your personal story?
- The author described three action words that would define those who were hesitant at one time but who have had a change in heart.
- What are those words?
The Discussion and Study Guide includes a class format and instructions for the class leader. The goal is to make the class instructional, informative and encouraging! Many class leaders and “book evangelists” for Journey to the Fatherless appreciate the fact that the book is scripturally based with relevant Bible references included with each chapter.
Journey to the Fatherless has fifteen chapters to teach, strengthen and motivate the reader to either start or pursue the journey of a lifetime. Chapters can be taken out of sequence, or used at different times depending upon the duration of the class.