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This beginning workbook for Spiritual Formation Groups features guidelines for starting up, study plans for the first eight sessions, and a questionnaire that helps map the way ahead.
Based upon five major dimensions of the spiritual life found in the life of Christ and Christian traditions: The Contemplative Tradition; The Holiness Tradition; The Charismatic Tradition; The Social Justice Tradition; and The Evangelical Tradition, this workbook program provides all the necessary ingredients to start and keep running a Spiritual Formation Group.
Christian in stance and ecumenical in breadth, RENOVAR (from the Latin, meaning "to renew") is an infrachurch movement committed to the renewal of the church. Founded by best-selling spiritual writer Richard J. Foster, RENOVAR provides individual churches with a balanced, practical, effective small-group strategy for spiritual growth. The aim of the program is to give depth to the human desire for God. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
An exceptional tool to bond Christian men together in a bond of mutual encouragement and accountability.Published 4 months ago by Ken M. Buchanan
We are using this in our 9 member Small Group. It is just the right depth, helps us dig in without being intimidating. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Nancy Parker
Arrived on time and in fair condition. Cover does not match this copy (the one I got is yellow) - I think I got an older version.Published 6 months ago by Melissa Dawn Young
Very easy to read, follow on and a great thought inducing work.Published 9 months ago by Joey Murphy
Encourages all in home group to participate. Commentaries are eye-opening, thought-provoking lists to consider, and wonderful exercises to choose and fulfill.Published 10 months ago by follower
This book is quite awesome! I have to say though, that I don't know that there are many Christians who are dedicated enough to do the things that they suggest in this book! Read morePublished 15 months ago by LuAnn Pallister