Love Does by Bob Goff
A series of five Wednesday night sessions on Zoom.
Our first discussion will be Wednesday, October 21. Look in your email for the Zoom Link.
You will NOT need the book to join the discussion.
From the book:
What do I do to live into the person that Jesus made me to be?… Do you know what the answer was for me? I did stuff! – Bob Goff, Love Does video
All of us have seasons of life when our relationship with God is really humming — those times where our faith and life sync up in all the right ways and everything just works. We also have the other kind of season. You know the one I mean: the season where faith and life seem to butt heads. Life gets hard, faith seems stale, and we feel stuck. If you’ve ever felt like that, then don’t go anywhere — this Love Does study is for you!
You see, this is a study about God’s love… and the most amazing thing about that love is that it’s not just a bunch of rules or stuff we have to agree with. God’s love is different. It changes things. It brings hope where before there was only despair. It revives faith that feels lifeless. It makes a way forward where there seems to be only a dead end. It’s active. It works. It risks. God’s love… does.
Tapping into this love requires a different skill set than what it takes to memorize answers for a test or to follow all the traffic laws so you don’t get a ticket. This isn’t a love you can earn, buy, or win. It’s something better. Something bigger. And it just might be something you discover more about by “doing stuff” too.
Order your copy of Love Does, by Bob Goff on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, or your local Christian bookshop. There are also a limited number of copies available at Johnson County Library in both the catalog and their digital library.
The book can be read at your own pace. You will not need to have read the book to participate in the discussions.
Our Zoom Meeting is now password protected. To connect you must receive an email with instructions on connecting including the password. You can just click the Join Zoom Meeting link listed in the email. It automatically enters the password for you. Then it should give you the option to either run Zoom in your browser of to download the Zoom app to your PC. When you connect to the meeting you will be give the option to connect with internet audio and video or to dial in. Most of you should be able to use internet audio and video. Please try to connect to the meeting 5-10 minutes before the start so we can confirm you have a good connection. If you are unable to use the internet audio, you can dial in on the phone lines listed in the email. They are toll lines, but if you have a cell phone with free long distance, there should be no toll charges to you. For dial it will ask you the meeting ID and password listed in the email.