Vintage Saints & Sinners
- Dorothy Day said, “Don’t call me a saint. I don’t want to be dismissed so easily.” What do you think she meant when she said that?
- Identify a strength that you admire in one of the sinner-saints. How did he or she develop that strength?
- What story of doubt or struggle challenged you most? Why?
- What holds you back from calling yourself a saint? What holds you back from calling yourself a sinner?
The Complete Discussion Guide
Get the complete Discussion Guide for Vintage Saints and Sinners on the InterVarsity Press website.
Vintage Saints & Sinners Sessions
So you're ready to dig deeper? I've collected my favorite quotes and passages in the very words of some of the folks in my book. So gather a few friends, print out the pdfs of the readings and dive in. I've created a leader's guide with questions for group conversation, too. And by the way: I'd love to know if you are using these Vintage Saints and Sinners Sessions because I have some free bonus tools I'd like to send to you. Drop me a note at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Blessings on your adventures with Vintage saints and sinners! Karen
Martin Luther: the Leader's Guide (coming soon)
Brother Lawrence: the Leader's Guide (coming soon)
Session 12: Fannie Lou Hamer
Session 13: Mary Paik Lee
Session 14: Sophie Scholl