The Giving Challenge: 40 Days to a More Generous Life
Do you want to make a change in your life, but you don't know where start? Your time is limited, money is tight, and you feel anxious and depressed because of the negative news and social media. You think, "I should be happier."
Stephanie understands feeling pulled in a million directions without finding fulfillment. What began as a New Year's challenge to give a daily gift for a month, thrust Stephanie into an adventure-that lasted 522 consecutive days! Now Stephanie's every day giving is a way of life. Giving with no expectations, opens the door for more giving (and receiving), for understanding the power of gratitude and for the possibility of living out your big dreams.
By committing to the 40-Day Giving Challenge and finding ways to focus on others instead of yourself, your relationships will strengthen, your marriage will improve, you'll find ways to get organized, save money and help out those in need. What you'll discover will surprise you and delight others. Now is your time. Take the challenge today!
“The happiest, most fulfilled, and wealthiest people I've ever met have been incredible, outrageous givers. And it's not because they have enough to give away; it's because they have always made giving a priority, no matter how much they did-or didn't-have at the time. If giving has always been something you planned on getting to "someday," I have good news: Today's the day! Take Stephanie's giving challenge, and I promise, your life will never be the same!”
–Dave Ramsey, best-selling author and nationally syndicated radio show host
The Giving Challenge will show you how you can make a difference, without a lot of time or money. In the process, you’ll learn to lead a richer life.
– Harvey McKinnon, co-author, The Power of Giving
How are readers using The Giving Challenge?
- Libraries-Community book reading
- Summer reading with children
- Girl Scout Leaders
- Bible Study
- Sunday School Class
- Small groups
- Teachers using it to teach kindness
- Friends sending to those going through a rough time
- Graduation and birthday gifts
- Staff professional development
- Couples taking The Giving Challenge
- Grandparents reading with grandchildren
- Lent study
- Non-profits (Gifts for staff, donors, and board of directors)
- Many more ideas!