A Free Discussion Guide for ‘Troubled Minds’!

I’ve got exciting news about Troubled Minds! Well, it’s exciting for me; I hope you’ll like it too.

I’ve had some inquiries about a discussion guide to go along with Troubled Minds, so I’m happy to report that one is now available.

The publisher, InterVarsity Press, has just published a book of conversation starters for book clubs and other reading groups. It’s titled Read Up, and a discussion guide for Troubled Minds is included. Plus, you’ll find discussion guides for other great books too.

Read Up is available as both an eBook and a paperback. You can find it here at InterVarsity Press.

I hope many of you will take advantage of this resource–not only so you can discuss Troubled Minds, but so you’ll be introduced to some other great books as well.

Happy reading (and discussing)!

  1. Linda Bumba says:

    Thank you!

  2. Jennifer Greene says:

    I’ve recently bought your book, Troubled Minds, and I would appreciate the Discussion Guide.
    Thank you.

  3. Thank you so much! I’ve seen your tweets about Troubled Minds and having been meaning to buy the book. Having battled depression unknowingly for years and knowingly for the past 7 years, I become more and more aware of how debilitating depression has been in my life as my health improves. Thank you–ha! in advance of reading it–for your book and now for this study guide. Time to buy Troubled Minds!

  4. Becky Piatt says:

    I am wondering if the discussion guide is still available? The link is no longer working. We are planning on using Troubled Minds this summer as a series for our church and would love discussion questions to enhance our time together. Thanks!!

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