The Fruit of Deep Practice

Through the use of Deep Practice, Christians are given the tools needed to develop spiritual habits that can actually be used to engage with God in their daily lives.

Deep Practice helps churches to become more effective in actually forming disciples.

The Christian Church has often struggled to actually form intentional disciples among the members of its community. But, what if the church could become a talent hot-bed for discipleship? Father Dave Nuss poses this question in today’s episode, in which he and Becky Przybylski dig deeper into the experience he and his church community have had with Deep Practice.

One major difference between Deep Practice and other innovations in the field of evangelization, is that it is not another program but a living reality. With Deep Practice, people are actually given the tools and guidance to develop a Christian habit that can become a reflex for them.

In this episode, you will learn:

  • What Deep Practice has in common with athletic training
  • The distinction between “trying” and “training”
  • How everyone is invited by Christ to be truly excellent
  • How Deep Practice can help us develop habits to respond supernaturally in a vulnerable time

Next week, Father Dave and Becky take a deeper look at the challenges pastors and leaders face and how Deep Practice can make learning spiritual practices possible for people in today’s busy world.

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Resources Mentioned in the Podcast

The Talent Code by Daniel Coyle 

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