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Spiritual Formation A Wesleyan Paradigm

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ISBN-10: 0834126133

ISBN-13: 9780834126138

Edition: 2011

Authors: Diane Leclerc, Mark A. Maddix

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There is an increased interest in spirituality in our world lately, people have a deep hunger and thirst towards something that transcends them. In Spiritual Formation, Maddix and LeClerc provide a definition of Christian spiritual formation within the Wesleyan paradigm and how faithful disciples can grow in their relationship with Jesus Christ. In simple terms, this book explains that Spiritual formation refers to the transformation of people into, what C.S. Lewis calls, "little Christs." The book focuses on how people can grow in Christlikeness by participating in reading of Scripture, the "means of grace," the sacraments, and spiritual disciplines. It also provides guidance in matter of…    
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List price: $19.99
Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: The Foundry Publishing
Publication date: 6/1/2011
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 224
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.50" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 1.056
Language: English

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Living the Life: Spiritual Formation Defined
Knowing the Scriptures: How to Study the Bible as a Spiritual Practice
Eating the Word: How to Read the Bible as Food for the Soul
Following the Example: Using the Psalms for Spiritual Formation
Being Whole: Holiness and Sanctification as a Wesleyan Paradigm for Spiritual Formation
Attaining Perfection: Love for God and Neighbor
Finding the Means to the End: Christian Discipleship and Formation Practices
Building the Body: The Church as a Means of Grace
Worshipping as Created: God's Gift of Communal Worship and the Sacraments
Making Time Stand Strong: Spiritual Formation Day by Day
Breathing Faith: Christian Prayer and Contemplation
Recognizing Our Limitations: The Wisdom of Self-Care
Hearing Between the Lines: The Practice of Listening for God
Dialoguing as Transformation: Formation Through Encounters with "The Other"
Walking the Journey Together: Spiritual Direction and Mentoring
Crossing the Boundaries: Spiritual Formation and Cross-Cultural Ministry
Displaying Genuine Compassion: Spiritually Transforming the World
Laying the Foundation: Spiritually Forming Families
Developing True Faith: Spiritually Forming Adolescents
Integrating Christlike Character: Spiritually Forming College Students