Your Move Participant’s Guide with DVD: Four Questions to Ask When You Don’t Know What to Do

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Having trouble discerning what your next move in life should be? In four 20-minute small-group sessions and four full-length sermons, Andy Stanley discusses the important questions that will help you determine your best course of action. Learn how to enhance your life by making sound, godly decisions!


In this four-session small group Bible study, Andy Stanley unpacks four questions that will help you make sound decisions with God’s help.

Throughout our lives, we’re confronted with decisions we never anticipated having to make – relational, career, financial, parenting – the list goes on and on. The complicate matters further the timeframe for making a decision is often short and our options limited. But regardless, a decision needs to be made.

So what do you do when it’s your move and you aren’t sure what to do?

Follow Andy as he teaches how every decision and its outcome become a permanent part of your story, what to do when you feel the need to pause before taking action, and how to make more of this life by making sound decisions.

This Participant Guide includes discussion questions, video overview, space for taking notes, and a helpful Leader’s Guide. When used with the companion Your Move DVD (both included in this pack) it works as a powerful catalyst for spiritual growth.

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Sessions include:
1. Really
2. The Story of Your Life
3. Pay Attention to the Tension
4. Passing It On

Watch Session 1 – REALLY

Additional information





General (Anyone)

Session Length

15 – 20 minutes

Number of Sessions

Less than 6


Discipleship (Growing)

Year Published


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1 review for Your Move Participant’s Guide with DVD: Four Questions to Ask When You Don’t Know What to Do

  1. Cane

    This is one of the first studies we’ve used of Andy Stanley in a Sunday School Class. This is a great study. It is so practical that you can apply the learnings from each session on the same day you hear the lesson. I recommend this study for adults and teenagers.

    I’ve heard many times of statements from class members that say “I wish I would have heard this when I was younger /or teenager.” What a difference this study, when applied, can make in your life!

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