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Did the content from the Introduction Section (Preface, Introduction and Chapter 1) work well together? *
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Survey on Introduction Section
The following survey will focus on information from the Introduction section of the book. Please select the statement that best describes your answer.
The preface (the story of my talk with the Residence Life staff) added value to this section of the book.
In the introduction, the story about how a small group of focused people who helped families impacted by the floods gave me an idea of what the Culture of the Few could look like.
The content at the beginning of Chapter 1 lays a good, conceptual foundation for the rest of the chapter.
In reading the story of Donna Bishop, I could imagine how my life could impact a few people in a way that could make a difference.
At the end of Chapter 1, the content about Jesus being the ultimate agent of change provided me with a good idea about of what to expect from the rest of the book.
Did the content from the Section 1 on IDENTITY (Chapter 2-4) work well together? *
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Survey on IDENTITY Section
The following survey will focus on information from Section One: IDENTITY. Please select the statement that best describes your answer.
In Chapter 2, the stories of a young Jesus in the temple and His baptism clearly demonstrate that Jesus knew that His significance came from being His Father's Son.
The idea of destiny flowing from our identity, is adequately fleshed out.
The content about Jesus staying in the carpenter shop helps demonstrate that our identity does not come from what we do.
In Chapter 4, Brad's story of working with His dad helps strengthen the content of the section on identity.
Chapter 4 is too long.