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Everything you need to guide a small group in a 6-week exploration of authentic Christian spirituality is contained in this Leader's Guide. Find the very practical help you need:
- Ideas for a session to introduce the resource to participants
- A list of Weekly Needs at a Glance
- Detailed instructions for leading five weekly meetings
- Meaningful Deeper Explorations of the spiritual life
- Plans for a Closing Pilgrimage and Retreat
Help your group members become the people God wants them to be. Lead them to reflect on what faith means in terms of who we are, how we must change, how to deal with pain, and how to move toward reconciliation and belonging. Be challenged to live the whole gospel by connecting spirituality and discipleship. "Upper Room Ministries has crafted a practical tool for assisting pilgrims on the journey of transformation," writes one reviewer. "The Way of Transforming Discipleship is for anyone who is on the way to becoming a true Christ-follower. Not only is this a must-read, but even more so, it is a must-do resource!"
A group experience of this resource consists of a preparatory meeting, 5 weekly sessions, and a closing retreat. The Way of Transforming Discipleshipis appropriate for any group that has completed the Companions in Christ 28-week foundational resource, or it may also be used as an introduction to this powerful program.
Number of Pages: 88
Vendor: Upper Room
|Publication Date: 2005|
Exploring the Way: An Introduction to the Spiritual Journey Participant's GuideMarjorie J. Thompson, Stephen D. BryantUpper Room / Trade Paperback$10.79 Retail:
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Companions in Christ: The Way of Blessedness - Participant's BookStephen D. Bryant, Marjorie J. ThompsonUpper Room / 2003 / Trade Paperback$7.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 1 Reviews
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This six-week Companions in Christ study challenges Christians from the viewpoint of a white South African pastor who has lived through the political changes in that country and experienced with rare vulnerability the spiritual struggles inherent in the processes of truth-telling, reconciliation, deep pain, and poverty. Trevor Hudson brings a message of vital, transforming spirituality through knowing who we are, changing from the inside out, listening to the groans of others, and discovering the deep spirituality of belonging.
Trevor Hudson is a Methodist minister in South Africa. The author of 16 books, he travels widely, teaching and lecturing in the areas of spiritual formation, spiritual direction, and pastoral therapy. Hudson is a senior fellow of the Dallas Willard Center at Westmont University, a teacher at the Renovaré Institute, and a lecturer in the DMin program in spiritual direction at Fuller University. He and his wife, Debbie, live in Benoni, near Johannesburg, and have two adult children.
The Authors hometown is Benoni, South Africa