A Spiritual Formation Workbook - Revised edition: Small Group Resources for Nurturing Christian…

Paperback | September 15, 1999

byJames Bryan Smith, Richard J. Foster

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This beginning workbook for Spiritual Formation Groups features guidelines for starting a group, study plans for the first nine sessions, and a questionnaire that helps map the way ahead. Based upon six major dimensions of the spiritual life found in the life of Christ and Christian tradition: The Contemplative Tradition - The Holiness Tradition - The Charismatic Tradition - The Social Justice Tradition - The Evangelical Tradition - and The Incarnational Tradition, this workbook program provides all the necessary ingredients to start and maintain a Spiritual Formation Group.

Successfully used by thousands of Spiritual Formation Group participants, A Spiritual Formation Workbook has been completely revised to correlate with Richard J. Foster's Streams of Living Water. Its new and updated exercises and teachings offer fresh perspectives on Christian faith and practice.

Christian in perspective and ecumenical in breadth, RENOVARÉ (from the Latin, meaning "to renew") is an effort committed to the renewal of the Church. Founded by bestselling writer Richard J. Foster, RENOVARÉ provides individual churches with a balanced, practical, effective small-group strategy for spiritual growth.

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James Bryan Smith and Lynda L. Graybeal revise their authoritative text on Spiritual Formation Groups to include new and updated exercises and teachings that shed new light on the practice and faith of Christianity. A Spiritual Formation Workbook offers guidelines for starting a group, study outlines for the first eight sessions and a ...

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This beginning workbook for Spiritual Formation Groups features guidelines for starting a group, study plans for the first nine sessions, and a questionnaire that helps map the way ahead. Based upon six major dimensions of the spiritual life found in the life of Christ and Christian tradition: The Contemplative Tradition - The Holines...

"In such small, intimate groups, people are finding themselves, finding each other, and finding God." (George H. Gallup, Jr.)

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:112 pages, 9.25 × 7.38 × 0.28 inPublished:September 15, 1999Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0062516264

ISBN - 13:9780062516268

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Spiritual formation Helpful book that helps us experience the different streams of our faith. This book also helps us become more well rounded.
Date published: 2014-02-10

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From Our Editors

James Bryan Smith and Lynda L. Graybeal revise their authoritative text on Spiritual Formation Groups to include new and updated exercises and teachings that shed new light on the practice and faith of Christianity. A Spiritual Formation Workbook offers guidelines for starting a group, study outlines for the first eight sessions and a questionnaire to help group members clarify their feelings and grow with each other towards spiritual fulfillment. The text draws from the six major dimensions of spirituality found in the life of Christ and the historical Church.  

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"In such small, intimate groups, people are finding themselves, finding each other, and finding God."-- George H. Gallup, Jr.