The man that God used to lead me to Jesus gave me this profound insight: “When a person is experiencing God, it’s important to be with others who are experiencing God.” We find this particularly true in the spiritual formation movement. It is probably not surprising to you that helping believers mature in their love relationship with God is counter-cultural both in society and in our churches. That often makes our journey an uphill climb. We need one another for encouragement, wisdom, strength, and intercession. I have listed below some aspects of spiritual formation that I am learning about and enjoy sharing.
Spiritual Formation Consulting
Listening and discerning together in intentional formation of churches, para-church ministries, missionaries, and Christian leaders.
Spiritual Direction for Pastors and Christian Leaders
Spiritual direction for ministry leaders if often more entwined in their own ministry than other believers
Developing Spiritual Forming Community
Jesus prayed that we believers might become one in love for one another. It takes an intentional process unique to each group.
Networking Spiritual Formation Resources
Sometimes I know someone who can help.
Retreats and Seminars about discipleship and spiritual formation
Spiritual Growth Paradigm using Teresian Mansions
Abiding and Contemplative Prayer
Church spiritual development
Ignatian Exercise Coaching
Individual and Group Ignatian Discernment