Can a Simple Question Foolproof Your Life?
When it comes to sorting out the complexities of life, only wisdom can reveal the best path. Let’s face it—we’ve all made some pretty dumb decisions in our lives. For most of us, there are chapters in the past we would like to rewrite. There’s money we wish we had never spent, relationships we wish we had never started, and perhaps a few invitations we wish we had never accepted. Unfortunately, we can’t do anything to reverse the bad decisions of the past. But there is certainly no reason to repeat them either. This six-part DVD and study guide focuses our attention on one crucial question that has the power to goof-proof our decision making from this point forward.
You are about to be introduced to a question that will revolutionize the way you make decisions.
Over the past twenty years, speaker and author Andy Stanley has shared the power of this question with thousands of students and adults all over the country. Designed for small group or personal use, this companion study guide to The Best Question Ever DVD will take you through the process of making wise decisions.
This study guide includes six lessons. Each lesson includes easy-to-do exercises and discussion questions.
Story Behind the Book
In an effort to help people broken by bad decisions, Andy Stanley created a series first called Fool Proof. While searching the Bible for answers, he discovered the Best Question Ever. Now, after several years of teaching this principle to his church and through the extended home ministries of North Point Community Church , the DVD and study guide material are releasing to a national audience through North Point’s relationship with Multnomah.
About the Author
Communicator, author, and pastor, Andy Stanely founded Atlanta-based North Point Ministries in 1995. Today, NPM collectively serves over 60,000 weekly between local Atlanta churches and partner churches worldwide. He is also the author of 20-plus books and is considered one of the most influential pastors in America. Andy and his wife, Sandra, have three grown children and live in the Atlanta area.