Discovering Our Spiritual Identity: Practices for God's Beloved

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InterVarsity Press, Nov 4, 2010 - Religion - 197 pages

Each chapter in this workbook by Trevor Hudson is peppered with "holy experiments," simple practices that bring us into God's presence and help us experience life as his beloved. At the end of each chapter is a set of questions which are ideal for discussion with one or two spiritual friends or a small group. This practical and winsome book covers topics such as

  • hearing and speaking with God
  • growing in spiritual friendship
  • practicing stewardship of our work and play
  • learning discernment
  • approaching our death and the world beyond
  • living now in the kingdom of God

Wherever you may find yourself along the Way, a real and vital spirituality awaits you in these pages.


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Foreword by Dallas Willard
DiSCoverinG WHo We are
DeveLoPinG a CHriStian MeMory
BeLonGinG to tHe faMiLy of GoD
LovinG tHoSe CLoSeSt to uS
PraCtiCinG tHe PreSenCe of GoD
oPeninG our HeartS to GoD
WitneSSinG to tHe GooD neWS
SteWarDinG faitHfuLLy WHat We PoSSeSS
SPeaKinG WorDS of Life anD PoWer
LooKinG to tHe Life BeyonD
GroWinG into CHriStLiKeneSS

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Trevor Hudson is a pastor in South Africa and the author of a number of books, including Listening to the Groans (Upper Room). He is a teaching fellow with the Renovaré Spiritual Formation Institute and speaks in the U.S. several times a year.

Dallas Willard (1935-2013) was a professor in the School of Philosophy at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles for over forty years. A highly influential author and teacher, Willard was as celebrated for his enduring writings on spiritual formation as he was for his scholarship. His books include The Divine Conspiracy (Christianity Today?s Book of the Year in 1998), The Spirit of the Disciplines, Hearing God, Renovation of the Heart and others. His books have received numerous Christianity Today Annual Book Awards and other recognitions. Willard served on the boards of the C. S. Lewis Foundation and Biola University, and was a member of numerous evaluation committees for the Western Association of Schools and Colleges. He received bachelor?s degrees from both Tennessee Temple College and Baylor University and a graduate degree at Baylor University, as well as a PhD from the University of Wisconsin in Philosophy and the History of Science.

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