So, Link's material is teaching us a simple way to pray and support one another, but at the same time he is leading us through Ignatius' process for coming to terms with the meaning of our life through the eyes of faith in Jesus Christ, and urging us to make a meaningful commitment to Jesus and service in his kingdom.
The meditational material follows the Liturgical year and the life of our Lord. It can be helpful to begin the meetings in late Summer or early Fall so that the weeks of prayer fall correctly during Christmas, Lent and Easter.
I should add that I have used this book to assist many individual Christians in their prayer lives also, without the group meetings. Typically, I will meet with them individually a half an hour each week for conversation on their progress.
I've seen this book bless many people. I should add that I am Lutheran and the material has occasional references to Catholic spirituality which feel a bit jarring to some Lutheran ears, but nothing which prevents our wholehearted use of the material.