Spiritual Formation

In Galatians 2:20, Paul says, "I have been crucified with Christ. It is no longer I who live, but Christ who lives in me."

What a profound statement! Paul went through a dramatic change when he encountered Jesus. God changed his inner thought processes and heart attitudes. Paul is not different from you and me. What he is describing is possible for all who follow Jesus. 

We often hear about how important it is to love Jesus, to obey Him, and to live differently. But what does that look like for busy 21st-century people? What does it look like for stay-at-home parents, carpenters, plumbers, homeless people, wealthy people, students?

In this series, we are going to take a deep dive into the 12 Spiritual Disciplines. Each week, we are going to discuss one of the disciplines, and there will be practical instruction on how to practice it. We can't change our own hearts, but we can put ourselves in a position where God can do His transforming work in our lives. Practicing the disciplines is a simple, practical way where we can form habits that put us in a position where God can touch our lives and form us into the image of Jesus Christ so that we, along with Paul can say, "It is no longer I who live but Christ who lives in me."