Study Guides

Top 10 worst uses for leftover study guides

10. Patch the hole in the roof

Aaron Zustiak, Community Christian

9. Go door to door and sell them to the neighbors.

David Stevens, Faith Family Fellowship

8. Keep 'em in the bathroom like Grandma's old Sears catalog.

Martin Burch, Mill Creek Community Church, Shawnee, KS

7. Staff Christmas Presents.

John Thomson, First Church of Christ in Painesville, Ohio

6. Make them a project for the apprentice leader!

Martin Burch, Mill Creek Community Church, Shawnee, KS

5. Use them again - they'll never know!

David Stevens, Faith Family Fellowship

4. Send to elders with note that God sent you a vision that they needed this Study Guide on I & II Timothy.

John Thomson, First Church of Christ in Painesville, Ohio

3. Leave them as a tip next time you eat out...

Aaron Zustiak, Community Christian

2. Wrapping paper for a group members birthday gift.

Jon M. Sullivan, First Church of Christ

1. Auction them on Ebay to pay for the other books that got used.

John Thomson, First Church of Christ in Painesville, Ohio

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