Father Dave shares the real-life example of how he and his staff virtually ministered to his parishioners using Deep Practice.
In this time of instability, more than ever we need to cultivate spiritual habits to be our life preservers in the tumultuous sea that is the year 2020.
The practice of Lament is crucial in helping us bring our grief and losses to God in order to experience deep healing and peace.
Deep Practice provides pastors and Christians with the means to connect with God in a deep and meaningful way.
Go-N-Do Team Member Garnett Slatton experienced profound healing and freedom through the practice of Forgiveness
Reading the Bible in a meditative and prayerful way can open a new window for grace and relationship with God.
While burnout rates for pastors are high, Dr. Matt Lewis suggests that burnout can be prevented by pastors caring for their own souls through new-to-them spiritual practices.
The solution to being paralyzed in the face of a new challenge is simply to begin.
What might happen if we focused on the means of Christian formation and discipleship efforts in the church, rather than the ends…
As human beings, we all experience the strong temptation to stay in the comfort of the familiar, even if it is unfulfilling and unsatisfying. We tolerate bad habits because they are what we know, and resist the discomfort that accompanies trying something new…