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June 20, 1998

For Thought and Discussion

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1. Do you think generosity should have a ROI? Do you measure the effectiveness of your generosity? If so, how?
2. Name five acts of generosity by others that have shaped your life.
3. How have you have been changed by your own attempts at generosity?
4. When can you remember your generosity having as big of an impact on you as it did the receiver of your help?
5. What is the most dramatically impactful generosity effort you have ever been involved in?
6. What has been your experience with churches regarding their engagement with the first and second commandments?
7. How do you measure transformation?
8. If transformation doesn’t happen, does that mean the generosity wasn’t worth it? How do you measure what is “worth” being generous toward?
9. After reading this book, what are you next steps? How will you change your generosity efforts?
10. What are some big and small generosity goals in your life? What are you doing to achieve them?

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