Don’t Miss this Inspiring New Study: I Like Giving

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i like givingA few weeks ago I heard about a small group study that I think you’re going to want to know about. I Like Giving, based on a best-selling book by Brad Formsma, is a powerful four session study that features some of the most memorable video segments I’ve ever seen.

“I Like Giving invites you on a four-session journey, with a bonus fifth-session, to experience the joy of a generous life (from the cover). The study delivers tons of fresh ideas and engaging conversations that will help members understand generosity in ways they’ve never considered before.

The DVD features an amazing collection of short videos that tell powerful short stories of how the joy of a generous life changed the lives of the givers and the receivers. The videos prompt a powerful discussion that leads to fresh eyes understanding of a new way to live.

Every session in the participants guide includes a number of elements. A Check In section allows group members to share experiences from the Live It assignment at the end of the previous session. The Reflection segment guides group members to silently read and reflect on scripture passages that explore the generous life. Multiple Consider segments prompt an engaging conversation about scripture and stories of generosity. The video segments and related stories are interspersed throughout the session and every session ends with a Live It assignment designed to encourage practical first steps. Every session also includes a reading assignment from the book.

I review many studies over the course of an average year. A few of them have what it takes to truly be a transformational experience. I Like Giving is one of the few. I loved this study and I know your members will too. More importantly, I Like Giving is an experience that just might change the way your members live and help them take their first steps into a generous life.

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