Discuss Together As you think over the past month, what is one word that comes to mind that would describe it? Jeff shared that when people in our culture think of Christians, “radical love” should come to mind. Do you think that is the case? Why or why not? Read Luke 7:11-17. What were the three steps Jesus took to engage in this situation? List out where in the passage we see each step. Most of the people in the crowd saw a funeral procession. Jesus saw “her”—the widow who lost her son. Why is this difference significant? What does it mean that Jesus saw her? What are some of the challenges you run into when you try to “see” the people and needs around you? When we see and feel the needs that are all around us, it can be overwhelming. How do you decide what to engage with and what not to? Jeff said that living in a broken world means seeing (choosing to live with our eyes wide open), feeling (allowing your heart to be broken), and acting (doing what you can). Which of those three steps do you feel like you have the most room to grow? Why? Is there a situation or person who comes to mind that you need to see better, feel more, or do something tangible to help? Share with the group. What can you do this week? NEXT STEPS Take the one-week love like Jesus challenge. Everywhere you go this week, ask God to help you see what you need to see, feel what you need to feel, and act how He wants you to act. Go through your week like Jesus would—at your home, as you drive, at work or school, at church, everywhere. Then, share with each other in your group about how your perspective shifted and anything you decided to do differently.