Customizing Spiritual Formation

How do we develop a plan for spiritual formation that will foster lasting life change?

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Overview

“There is no one-size-fits-all approach to spiritual formation,” says Angie Ward in her article for GiftedforLeadership.com . Ward believes that Christian leaders should help women take the next step in their spiritual journey instead of focusing on how to reach the “ideal” level of Christian maturity.

In what unique ways does God bring people into intimate fellowship with him? How do we encourage others to take the next step in their spiritual growth journey? How is a hunger for spiritual growth created? This study will focus on encouraging individual spiritual growth in creative, step-by-step ways.


Table of Contents

SCRIPTURE: 2 Chronicles 34; Psalm 119:1–18, 54; Daniel 6:4–13; Matthew 14:6–23; Acts 2:42–47

LEADER'S GUIDE

    • Identify the Current Issue

    • Discover the Eternal Principles
Teaching point one: Take the next step.
Teaching point two: : Find creative ways to spend time in the Word and in prayer.
Teaching point three: Be proactive in developing friendships with other Christians.
Teaching point four: Develop self-discipline and regular habits to promote lasting life changes.
    • Apply Your Findings
    • Recommended Resources


ARTICLE FROM CHRISTIANITY TODAY

    • "Tailor-Making Spiritual Formation" by Angie Ward
     (GiftedforLeadership.com, June 19, 2007)


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