7 edition of Christian spiritual formation in the church and classroom found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. 161-173.
|LC Classifications||BV1464 .J64 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||173 p. :|
|Number of Pages||173|
|LC Control Number||89031939|
Schreiner, T. Community There is a great guide to each of the authors in the beginning, a useful resource itself. Specific practices of Christian spiritual formation include disciplines such as prayer, meditating on Scripture, worship, study, silence, and service.
The "spiritual formation movement" refers to the heightened interest in spiritual formation. These habit-forming, love-shaping practices soften and seed the soil of their Christian imaginations, which the Holy Spirit tends, waters, and grows as he conforms them in love to the image of Jesus. Wanderings: History of the Jews. Anderson, K.
Richter, Eds. There are 40 guided meditations nicely arranged, so obviously it is a book to use, to absorb, a resource for your own quiet time. Kang, S. There are plenty of books on spiritual formation and discipleship that start with the imperatives of Scripture, but leave you to guess the implementation of those Scriptural truths. Smith, M. What a book!
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Rohr, R. Harrisburg, PA, Morehouse Publishing. The religious ideal typically presupposes that one be changed in some manner through interaction with spiritual realities. Morrell is a former evangelical who discovered Rohr and it seems natural to have Mike working with Richard to work out a view of the Trinity that is at once orthodox and feisty, serious and joyful, mystical and practical, ancient and future.
Mallison, J. Hickman is well grounded in this doctrine that is woefully not explained as much as it should be in our churches. Moltmann, J. There is a great guide to each of the authors in the beginning, a useful resource itself. Making Sense of the Trinity.
How Faith Matures. New York, Ballantine Books. The whole lectio process is explained well and she gives us these generative exercises and Scriptural meditations to find a richer encounter with God even as we reflect carefully on the Biblical text. Ridderbos, H. In that time period, Christian religious beliefs were incorporated into daily life.
We have instructed our children in the ways of the church, and we have taught them about God, but we have not often helped them to grow in relationship with God.
The book therefore deserves not only attention, but eager anticipation.
He is a master of great sentences, an enjoyable writer who tells gentle stories about his life, honest tales of insight learned in the push and pull of the day to day. Lee, J. Webber, R. Particular focus is given to St. Some think Richard Rohr is one of the best recent writers for inner formation — his book on contemplative prayer called Everything Belongs was very well received and his last book, What the Mystics Know, was a helpful overview of much classic thinking about spirituality and discovering our true selves.
Christian Spiritual Formation in the Church and Classroom. Spiritual formation has become a topic of interest for many in our society — Christian and secular alike.
That he draws on good lines from the Book of Common Prayer offers theological substance and genuine elegance. Monastic and Mendicant Period The monastic movement helped to keep in continuity, some of the educational and instructional structure of the catechism.
WitheringtonIII, B. The Teaching Ministry of Congregations. Downers Groove, InterVarsity Press. Hall Cokesbury has a robust selection of Christian Living, Leadership, Devotional, and Gift books, as well as books for kids.
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It’s possible—perhaps even likely—that you’ve never heard the phrase spiritual formation before. It’s the kind of terminology that’s often sequestered in academic circles. But in recent years, the. The purpose of the Educational Ministries and Leadership Department is to equip godly servant-leaders through training processes that are biblically and theologically grounded and essential to an effective Christian life and ministry.
These training processes help students in a variety of contexts to: formulate a Christian philosophy of educational ministries and leadership; assess and.
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