This past fall I jumped into a business book study with several of my co-workers using a leadership book that I’d never read before. Turns out that Wooden on Leadership was chock full of excellent thoughts and ideas that were both applicable to our individual lives and to our company. What’s especially remarkable, though, is what happened because we did the study together. Here are three results:
Now the small group that meets in our home on Saturday nights is looking for a study. It's a demanding task: What will meet our various needs? What will help us take practical steps forward in following Jesus? What will give enough structure that we'll have fodder for discussion? What will enhance Biblical thinking? What's probing enough to help us make application without spoon-feeding surface-level answers to complex, nuanced issues that we face?
I don't know where we'll land when we meet tomorrow afternoon to discuss, but one thing is for sure: By studying together—whatever it is—we'll profit.
If you'd like to try Seeing the Invisible as a study, I'd love to hear from you!