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Would You Rather . . . ?: 465 Provocative Questions to Get Teenagers Talking

Would You Rather . . . ?: 465 Provocative Questions to Get Teenagers Talking

by Doug Fields
Would You Rather . . . ?: 465 Provocative Questions to Get Teenagers Talking

Would You Rather . . . ?: 465 Provocative Questions to Get Teenagers Talking

by Doug Fields




Ask away . . . and get your students talking with these provocative questions. Would You Rather . . .? gives you 465 stimulating either-or questions that will get your students talking, laughing, debating, and thinking. Questions like Would You Rather . . . watch a soap opera or make fun of one? . . . be gossiped about or lied to? . . .get shot from a cannon or walk a high wire? . . . make a child cry or kick a puppy? . . . attend the Last Supper or discover Jesus' empty tomb? You can use these questions anywhere, anytime — when you want to break the ice, spark a discussion, build community, get kids to wrestle with spiritual issues, or just have fun. And the convenient size makes it easy to stick in your pocket or in the glove compartment of your car. This is one resource you'll want for every member of your ministry team!

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780310209430
Publisher: Zondervan
Publication date: 01/23/1996
Series: Quick Questions
Pages: 128
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.38(d)
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Doug Fields has been a leader in youth ministry for over 30 years. In addition to being a youth pastor at two churches for 11 and 20 years, Doug is the founder of Simply Youth Ministry, the co-founder of, the author of more than 50 books, and is currently working with Youth Specialties & Azusa Pacific University (Home Word’s Center for Youth/Family). More information about Doug is available at

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Would You Rather ...?

465 Provocative Questions to Get Teenagers Talking
By Doug Fields


Copyright © 1995 Youth Specialties
All right reserved.

ISBN: 0-310-20943-9

Chapter One

Would You Rather ...?

1 ... be rich or famous?

2 ... die by fire or by drowning?

3 ... have your friends think that you're stuck on yourself or that you're a wimp?

4 ... steal from an old lady or laugh out loud at a funeral?

5 ... drink Coke or Pepsi?

6 ... be male or female?

7 ... go on a camping vacation or vacation at a resort?

8 ... sweat because of exercise or because of humidity?

9 ... watch television or read a book?

10 ... be the President of the United States or the world's richest person?

11 ... ride a roller coaster or a mechanical bull?

12 ... be told you have a booger hanging from your nose or told you have bad breath?

13 ... have the power to fly or the power todisappear?

14 ... step in dog poop barefoot or have a bird-dropping hit you on the head?

15 ... dress casually or fancy?

16 ... have blistered lips or paper cuts on each finger?

17 ... have diarrhea or be constipated?

18 ... be caught cutting classes or have almost everyone believe wrongly that you were drunk at a school event?

19 ... be thrown off a horse or body-slammed by a wrestler?

20 ... give up your favorite food forever or television for two years?

21 ... be healthy and homeless or have the AIDS virus and live in luxury?

22 ... fail in business and end up bankrupt or fail in marriage and end up divorced?

23 ... live in Los Angeles or in New York City?

24 ... eat Mexican food or Chinese food?

25 ... be bald or have no toes?

26 ... have a small tattoo on your neck or wear jewelry through your nose?

27 ... have one romantic date with someone you're attracted to or briefly meet your hero?

28 ... hang wallpaper or scrub floors?

29 ... be addicted to drugs or alcohol?

30 ... eat too little and be hungry or too much and be sick?

31 ... be ugly and have 10 good friends or attractive and have only one good friend?

32 ... die without warning or die slowly, surrounded by family and friends?


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