Fight Clubs 8: Questions

I recently started a Fight Club with a couple of other men, so that we could better disciple one another in the gospel.  The name Fight Club is based on a book by Jonathan Dodson, from Austin City Life.  I decided this would be a good time to re-read the book and make some notes.  Here are the notes from my reading:

Here are a list of questions that Jonathan Dodson suggests for use in a Fight Club from the appendix:

1. What are you desiring more than anything else?

2. What do you find yourself day dreaming about or fantasizing about?

3. What lies are you subtly believing that undermine the truth of the gospel?

4. Are you astonished with the gospel?

5. Where have you made much of yourself and little of God?

6. Is technology stealing attention from your family?

7. Is work replacing your spouse’s place in your heart?

8. Where do your thoughts drift to when you enter a social setting?

9. What fears are paralyzing your heart from enjoying God?

10. What consumes your thoughts when you have alone time?

You can get a copy of Fight Clubs here.

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~ by John on December 15, 2010.

2 Responses to “Fight Clubs 8: Questions”

  1. I’m glad to hear you’ve found the book helpful, John! Thanks for blogging through it. I hope God uses it profoundly to shape gospel-centered disciples in your church!

    I’d love to get JT Caldwell in touch with you for some cross posting on http://www.gospelcentereddiscipleship.com !

  2. God has really been using your book to work in, challenge and encourage my own heart. And as always gospel-centred discipleship starts in my heart. Thanks for all your writings – have been really helpful to both my thinking and living.

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