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Spiritual Direction and Formation
What these mean and how to make them a part of your life.
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This downloadable packet from Gifted for Leadership explains what spiritual direction and formation mean. The guidance offered will help transform your spiritual life.

This Resource contains all of the following:

Spiritual Direction for Dummies
Many people want more than knowledge about God--they want transformation, says Adele Ahlberg Calhoun. But they don't know where to start.

The Making of a Christian
Richard J. Foster and Dallas Willard on the difference between discipleship and spiritual formation.

Making Space for God
What spiritual direction is, and why evangelicals are increasingly attracted to it. An interview with Holy Invitations author Jeannette Bakke.

Drawing Closer to God
How a spiritual director can help you grow in your faith.

Spiritual Disciplines for the Undisciplined
Seeking God with our own temperamental prayers.

Blowing Holes in Spiritual Formation
The Divine Hours author Phyllis Tickle sees rising interest in pre-Reformation spirituality. "A movement?" she says, "You better believe it."

Helping People Find Direction
What one should look for in a spiritual director.


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Topics:Christian life, Coaching, Discipleship, Growth, Spiritual Direction, Spiritual Formation, Transformation
Filters:Counseling, Discipleship, Pastor, Pastoral care, Shepherd, Small groups, Spiritual director, Woman leader
References:Matthew 18:20
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