Posted on August 27 2020
Participating in a small group may not be possible for you right now. Could you use a study (or two) to tackle on your own?
Here are a few of the best for studying solo. (Oh, and the videos are free!)
I Said This, You Heard That
If you've ever said the wrong thing or said the right thing the wrong way you know how quickly your big mouth can make a big mess. But it doesn't have to be that way.
This 6-session video study explores how your wiring affects what you say, how you listen, and how others hear you. After taking the 40-question assessment, you'll learn a simple framework that will instantly improve your communication. And you'll see how advice from the apostle Paul thousands of years ago may have held the secret all along.
If Money Talked
If you invited money to pull up a chair and give you its best advice, you might be surprised that what it would say is pretty close to what Jesus did say two thousand years ago.
In this 4-session study, Andy Stanley offers an approach to money management that will make your life better and make you better at life. Whether you have a lot or a little, are a spender or a saver, you'll find Andy's insights challenging, refreshing, and extraordinarily practical.
Breathing Room for Women
The temptation to compare is as near as your next chat with a friend, trip to the store, or check-in on social media. And whether you come out on top or come up lacking, there is simply no win in comparison. It's a trap. The Comparison Trap devotional provides easy access to watch, read, and draw your way through this topic.
How to Lead in a World of Distraction
Our increasingly busy lives, the numbing nature of entertainment and social media, and the urgency of ministry itself all work together to create a toxic cocktail of emotional distraction. Multiplying the problem is our emotional incompetence. Leaders are more anxious, stressed, and depressed than ever before.
This book is a guide to help you listen to yourself, to recognize what your emotions, your body, and your spirit are saying to you by turning down the kudzu of white noise threatening to control your life.
Know What You're FOR
Know What You’re FOR details an effective growth strategy for businesses and nonprofits by closing the gap between two simple questions:
- What do you want to be known FOR?
- What are you known FOR?
When the two answers match, organizations gain incredible momentum by unleashing the most powerful marketing force there is: lasting word-of-mouth support.