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Rhythms for Life: Spiritual Practices for Who God Made You to Be

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Rhythms for Life: Spiritual Practices for Who God Made You to Be

Forfatter:
Alastair Sterne
Oplæser:
William Sarris
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Who are you becoming? And how will you get there?

Spiritual transformation is not a one-size-fits-all journey. Each of us has a particular identity, gifts, values, roles, and purpose. Thus we each need distinct spiritual rhythms that are designed to help us live out that vocation and calling.

In this practical book Alastair Sterne shows how we can craft a life of more intentionality, becoming Christlike in ways that fit who we are. First we discover who God made us to be, in all our distinctiveness. Then we enter into spiritual practices that flow out of that particular sense of identity, with fourfold rhythms that point us upward to God, inward to self, withward in community, and outward in mission. Our vocation is our identity uniquely lived out before God, bringing our being and doing together.

You can live a life that is more aligned with who you are meant to be. Discover spiritual rhythms that move at the pace of grace, and align you with your unique identity and calling in Christ.

Sprog:
Engelsk

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Forlag:
christianaudio
Udgivet:
2020-09-29
Længde:
6T 7M
ISBN:
9781545915288

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