Tag: Spiritual Formation

Spiritual Formation Part Five – Solitude?

Hopefully you’ve already digested the 4 posts  that precede this…  If  not I’d encourage you to  dig into those first then return… Start here. So let’s dig into the spiritual discipline of solitude. As I write  this I’m home alone on a holiday, in which I am off work,  but my wife is not. The …

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Spiritual Formation Part 4

So you actually made it to part 4! If you’re new to this series, know that there are 3 other posts preceding this! Of course you already know that. But if you haven’t, go read  those short posts now. Today will be the last post for the “set up” of what will follow. Thus far …

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Spiritual Formation Part Three

So you found your way to part 3 – that’s good! I hope that means you’ve read part one and two. If not I want  to encourage you to  do that now. As we continue our journey together we’ll explore various ways to grow spiritually through an intentional spiritual formation path. Years ago I  had …

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Spiritual Formation Part Two

So where are you on your spiritual formation journey? Are you just exploring? Are you in process and interested in knowing more? Have you tried it before and became frustrated? Are you serious? Are you willing to put in the time? Are you sure what it actually means? A cursory Google search will render multiple …

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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 …

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