What would happen if you decided to influence lives on purpose? One of the reasons I wrote the book, Becoming a Woman of Influence, was to challenge women to become more intentional about how we influence others. Not because we have to, but because we want to. Not because it’s our Christian obligation, but because it brings great meaning and joy to our lives. Not because of duty, but because of love. Let’s be like Jesus. Let’s be women of conviction and passion. Let’s intentionally influence other women because it’s a high calling and a part of our pre-designed purpose.
The new DVD teaching series on the book, Becoming a Woman of Influence, has just been released by NavPress. It’s a nine-week study for women who want to touch lives like Jesus did—women who want to pass on a lasting legacy to their families and to their culture. Following the introductory chapters, you’ll be able to walk your small group through the seven ways Jesus impacted his disciples that reveal to us how we can make a difference that will have eternal impact.
The seven principles in the study are:
- The Principle of Time Alone with God
- The Principle of Walking and Talking
- The Principle of Storytelling
- The Principle of Asking Questions
- The Principle of Compassion
- The Principle of Unconditional Love
- The Principle of Casting Vision
If you go through this study with a heart that listens to God, you may be at risk for becoming a Christ-follower who cannot go through a day without influencing someone else’s life like he did. This study is not for the chicken-hearted; it’s for the courageous woman who is ready to risk a couple of set-backs, and perhaps a failure or two in order to set her course in the direction of helping others to square with biblical principles.
Whether you are longing for someone older and wiser to mentor you or you want to use your experience and wisdom to influence others, this study is for you. Click on the link on the home page to get ordering information on this series. The DVD series can be used with large and small groups—and the discussion questions will bring intimacy and spiritual growth to the participants.