Companions on the Journey
This six-week group study, including a leader guide, introduces participants to five foundational spiritual practices. The opening session presents spiritual formation as a lifelong journey and invites participants to enter into covenant with one another. The five practices explored are selected to balance the deepening of relationship with Christ, fellow believers, and the world. The five practices covered are: scripture, prayer, generosity, evangelism (explored through spiritual autobiography), and service.
This resource is designed for pastors, Christian educators, and small group leaders seeking resources to utilize for discipleship and spiritual formation within their congregations, small groups and parachurch ministries. This resource fuses sounds exegetical study with classic spiritual practices shaped for a post-modern church context. It is structured to cultivate Christian covenant community. Within United Methodist congregations, this resource can also be utilized for membership classes since it incorporates the United Methodist membership vows to support the church with one’s prayers, presence, gifts, service and witness.
The book can be purchased through the publisher, Wipf and Stock, as well as through Amazon.
Upcoming Companions STUDY: ONLINE VIA ZOOM
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