Welcome to Bible Study Monday! We are walking through our newest Bible study, Courageous Influence, right here with you. Each week we provide the reading assignment, a fabulous discussion video featuring three (in)courage writers, a quote of the week, reflection questions, and a prayer. All you need is your copy of Courageous Influence and an open heart, and we’ll take care of the rest!
We’ll turn the world’s idea of influence on its head and become the courageous women of influence God calls us to be. Let’s start Week Three: Be a Person of Integrity!
This week, read Week Three: Be a Person of Integrity on pages 75-109 in Courageous Influence. Grab your copy and start reading!
Three of our (in)courage writers invite us into their conversations about Courageous Influence! Join study author Grace P. Cho along with Becky Keife and Kathi Lipp each week as they discuss each week. Listen in on their conversation about Week Three (and find all the weekly videos here):
Quote of the Week
Keep this quote in mind as you read Week Three:
In His timing, we will never be too early or too late to fulfill His purpose for our lives.
– Grace P. Cho in Courageous Influence. Feel free to download this quote to share with a friend!
Together in the comments, answer and discuss the following reflection questions:
- Have you experienced someone close to you doubting your gifts or purpose in life? How did that make you feel? (p. 92)
- Since the power of our influence comes from within, as evidenced in 2 Timothy 1:7, how does that change the focus and/or motivation of your efforts in building influence with others? (p. 100)
Let’s Pray Together
Lord, thank You for making me who I am. Thank You that Your word over me is the final word. Help me when people’s doubts speak louder than Your voice, and give me courage to be confident in how You made me to influence others. Amen.
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Answer the reflection questions in the comments so we can discuss Week Three together! We’ll see you back here next Monday to begin Week Four: Be a Person of Integrity.