Upcoming dates:
February 27 @Bess’s
6:30 PM

Wednesday, February 21, 2018

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS FOR “ANGEL IN AISLE 3”


What caused you to want to finish this book?
Did you see how different people dealt with difficult situations in different ways?  Give example.
Were you surprised by anything in this story?  If so, what surprised you?
How do you think this story would have gone if Kevin had ignored Don because of the way he looked/smelled?
Do you agree that we must allow Jesus to serve us before we can serve Him?  (Pg.227). Why or why not?
On page 81....”When you know God loves you and that He’s been good to you like He’s been to me, you just can’t help but to give it away.”  Agree?
What are some quotes that made an impression on you in this book?
I loved on page 142 where he said “I didn’t know how to live out each hour without constantly thinking about milestones ahead....from here on out I’m going to become a better sightseer.”  This was a good lesson...
What was the main “lesson” you took away from reading Angel in Aisle 3?


Tuesday, January 23, 2018

FEBRUARY BOOK SELECTION

ANGEL IN AISLE 3 by Kevin West.

Be Happy

So good to be back with the book club girls tonight!  Thanks for everything, Jenn!  One thing we know....being with people you love makes us happy!  💞

Tuesday, January 16, 2018

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS FOR “HECTOR AND THE SEARCH FOR HAPPINESS “



Did you decide right away if you liked or disliked this book?  What drew you 
in or turned you off?

Would you use this book to help someone you know who is not happy?  How?

Did any part of the book elicit a strong emotional reaction?  If so, which part?

Which lesson/lessons did you think most described what it means to be happy or showed how to become happy?

Could you relate any of the “lessons” to biblical principles?

Someone made the suggestion that some people are just simply born to be happy while others are not.  Do you agree or disagree with that?  Why?

Does the way a person looks at things determine whether or not they are happy? (Perspective?). e.g. looking at the glass half full clearly makes one happier than then those whose glass is always half empty.


Do you think Hector found happiness?

Tuesday, November 28, 2017