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Help Others Find Freedom Through Spiritual Discipline
These exercises in self-control can help deliver someone out of chaos.
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Overview

This Gifted for Leadership resource includes exercises in self-control that can help deliver those in your congregation from deep-seated patterns and chaos.

NOTE: You have permission to make up to 1,000 copies of this resource to be distributed in a church or educational setting.

This Resource contains all of the following:

Introduction
Breaking Deep-Seated Patterns

Leader's Guide
How to use this download for a group study.

Sin Does Not Have to Master Us
What does it mean to be dead to sin?

Sloth
One of the “seven deadly sins” may not be what you think it is—and you may be unknowingly falling into its trap.

5 Facets in Spiritual Formation
Use these steps to begin to let Christ form you.

Anyone for Fasting?
Reconsider this ancient spiritual discipline.

Lection Divina: God's Word for Us
What I learned at a local coffee shop on a sacred journey through Scripture.

The Lost Discipline
Contemplation is invaluable for Christians today.

Living Word
The Holy Spirit cannot bring to mind what I don’t know.


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Topics:Discipleship, Spiritual Disciplines, Spiritual Formation, Spiritual Leadership
Filters:Woman leader, Women's ministry
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