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We are told that questions should be answered from the text. Leading the studies has taught me to do this rigorously and taught the people I am leading this basic skill.
Bible study leaders will know how often we drift from noticing what the text means and launch off with our own opinions or memories of other Bible texts. The studies also instill other study skillls - in particular, making sure we apply the texxt. A good leader will find this very useful for training in living out the truth. One tip from my use: I save the 'write it out in your own words' task until last. It makes more sense to leave this until you have a decent grasp of the passage.
Worth downloading the leaders guide as the audio cds really set the scene for the leader.
I have bought many copies for use in our mentoring network. The material seemed to work well with one of the groups girls but the leader of the other group tended to feel the need to expand upon the basic material because the boys knew most of the core points already.
The booklet covers the fundamentals of the gospel and starting as a Christian reasonably well, although not as overtly as some booklets we have used previously. It might appeal better with some illustrations and oh how we wished it didn't say it was 25 years old on the back!