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|Format: Word Document|
Vendor: Christianity Today
Publication Date: 2009
|Availability: In Stock|
Series: Single Parenting Bible Study
Are you eager to dive into the spiritual life? Learning about spiritual formation isn t enough; we must practice it. This four-session course on spiritual formation discusses how spiritual practices can form our souls. It also looks at how God uses our experiences and his community to help mold us into his image. Download this course to discover why spiritual formation is the primary work of every Christian.
Session 1 - Diving into the Spiritual Life
Learning about spiritual formation isn t enough; we must practice it.
Evangelicals have too often emphasized salvation from hell and neglected the formation of a Christian life following salvation.
Session 2 - Using Experience in Spiritual Transformation
What we can learn about spiritual formation from Saul.
This study will look at how God sovereignly orchestrates the details of our lives, uses problems to position us for service, and invites us to live in warm relationship with him.
Session 3 - Spiritual Discipline in Community
How spiritual formation is a part of every Christian s life.
Protestant Christians have focused strongly on worship and study. Yet they have lost the art of prayer and the practice of Christian discipline rooted in the life of the Desert Fathers, ascetics, and monastics.
Session 4 - Tending to the Soul
Why spiritual formation is the primary work of every Christian.
Devoted Christians desire to follow God s principles for their lives and are eager to participate in work that furthers his kingdom. But is this work of saving souls, developing programs, and building institutions being accomplished from an internal void?
Total number of pages - 54 pages
You have permission to make up to 1,000 copies for use in your local church.