She Did What She Could:
Five Words of Jesus That Will Change Your Life
Most of us care. We really do. We care about poverty and injustice, about orphans and the sick. And yet, weighed down by the everyday load of bringing home a paycheck, putting food on the table, and taking care of our family demands, we question our ability to make a difference. Bombarded by one celebrity help-the-world-athon after another, we shrug our shoulders in futility and do absolutely nothing.
Enter She Did What She Could (SDWSC). Based on the woman who anointed Jesus’ feet with expensive perfume in Mark 14, SDWSC provides overwhelmed, yet service-seeking, significance-starved readers a realistic response to the seemingly unmeetable needs around us.
Since SDWSC released, many people have shared their stories of ways they are making a difference.
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For group study:
She Did What She Could includes a study guide to help you integrate the concepts taught in the book into your life in a practical manner. This six-week study uses interactive activities, discussion questions, and thought-provoking messages.
How to use the study guide - details:
The Study Guide is intended to augment the book. Intentionally, it does not
exactly follow the order of the book but rather references content
in order to take it to application.
In addition, a broad reference from guide to book is as follows:
Study Guide Week One: She Did What She Could (A Relationship with Jesus Results in a Response.) - Book Chapter 6 but also Chapters 1-6
Study Guide Week Two: Who Did What She Could and Why? (Live loved) - Book Chapter 4 but also Chapters 1-6
Study Guide Week Three: What if I Did What I Could? (How to live loved.) - Book Chapter 7 but also Chapters 7-12
Study Guide Week Four: What if I Didn't Do What I Could? (Live with no regrets.) - Book Chapter 8 but also Chapters 7-12
Study Guide Week Five: What if We Did What We Could? (You plus me equals we.) - Book Chapter 13
Study Guide Week Six: What if We All Did What We Could? (The power of "we.") - Book Chapter 14
What can you do -
as an individual or group?
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