Spiritual Formation Part One

What have you done lately to grow spiritually in your Christian faith? Seriously, something intentional. Something past  just phoning it in.

It’s my opinion that many protestants don’t seek an intentional Spiritual Formation path. This is based on what I’ve observed as a minister for over 25 years.

So I’ve decided to write a series on Spiritual Formation in hopes of stirring something in your heart. Something that inspires you to seek Jesus in new and proven ways. Spiritual practices that  could have an  incredible impact on your spiritual life.

I believe that many believe Spiritual Formation is something that happens to us verses something  to be  intentionally pursued. Pursued with a passion!  Many leave their Spiritual Formation to others. They seem to limit their spiritual growth to worship and the message given by their favorite minister – online or in person each Sunday, etc…

While one can grow spiritually in worship and through the message on Sunday, this series will be  about other time proven Spiritual Formation practices that have been around a long time but maybe not practiced as much as they once were by early Christians.

So I’ll leave you with a  question: What are you intentionally doing to grow in your spiritual life? Something that is seriously drawing you closer to Jesus? Are you depending just on Worship and the message – which are great, and continue to do so! Corporate worship is uber important – Remember the Sabbath – it’s  one of the 10 Commandments. But in addition to that, are you passionately seeking spiritual practices in addition to Sunday that creates a deep love for Christ?

If you’re not even sure what those Spiritual Practices are for your Spiritual Formation, then this series is  for  you! Stay tuned…

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    • Tina Cook on September 25, 2018 at 10:05 pm
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    I am looking forward to part 2🙌

    1. Thanks for reading! I’m in the process of writing part two as I type this. Please share with friends and encourage them to subscribe.

    • Susan Frost on September 25, 2018 at 10:45 pm
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    Looking forward to the spiritual formation blogs and loved the list of happenings God has allow d in your life.

    1. Susan,

      Please share with friends and encourage them to subscribe. I think this is going to be a thought provoking series.

    • Deb Schaus on September 26, 2018 at 3:01 am
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    I’m in two Bible studies and I have a daily devotional. However, I am always interested in learning more about growing closer to God.

  1. Deb,

    Thanks for being a subscriber! Part two will be complete soon so stay tuned. Please share with friends and encourage them to subscribe.

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