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5.0 out of 5 stars Don't read this DURING the sermon!, 2 Mar 2004
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This book is so funny that if you read it during a dull sermon it'll have you rolling about in the aisles. Some of the suggestions are so ridiculous that you will be in stitches imagining them. This book isn't just for church goers but for anyone who needs a good giggle.
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5.0 out of 5 stars pressy, 17 May 2014
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brought this for present they loved it and keep sharing jokes with me still keeps them happy even if i'm bored
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5.0 out of 5 stars Never a dull moment, 8 Jan 2013
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It really made me laugh and I passed it on to a newly qualified local preacher so that she could watch out for people employing these strategies if she was becoming dull. Not that I think she would be, you understand...
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4.0 out of 5 stars A cheerful heart is good medicine ..., 19 Nov 2011
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Nicola Hardy (Cambridge, UK) - See all my reviews
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This tongue-in-cheek little book contains 101 suggestions to help churchgoers enliven a dull sermon.

The activities are split into seven categories - Higher Learning, Games, Diversions, Musings & Meditations, Fine Art, Church-er-cise and Facts & Figures. There's a good range of suggestions, to suit readers of most denominations. A couple of my favourites are 'Armageddon-outta-here' (a churchified version of buzzword bingo) and 'Marble roll' (although this is possibly not one to try if your church is big on processions).

It's probably best to treat this book as a text to meditate on during the week, rather than reading it during the service! Many of the activities may also be adapted for secular situations, such as lectures, meetings at work or conference talks.

Please note that this review refers to the 1989 paperback edition.
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