Jesus is the way to life—and not just life after death, but life here and now. When He said, “Follow me,” He meant it. In all He did and taught, Jesus conveyed that our spiritual life takes place in our physical reality as well as in the heart. If we believe what He said about the spiritual life, it only makes sense we should do what He did.
The practices of Jesus have been recognized for centuries as the core activities of the spiritual life. In the same way a runner is equipped to compete in a marathon by the discipline of physical training, so training through spiritual disciplines frees us to live each day with the “easy yoke” and “light burden” Jesus spoke of (Matt. 11:30).
Spiritual habits do not earn us favor with God or measure spiritual success. They are exercises which equip us to live fully and freely in the present reality of God – and God works with us, giving us grace as we learn and grow.
Below you will see a resources for developing Spiritual Habits in your life. We encourage you to do these in community with others so that you can sharpen each other day by day!
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HOW TO STUDY YOUR BIBLE
Reading the Bible can seem daunting. In this video series, learn how everything fits into the big picture so you can read the Bible like never before.
This reading plan guides you through the entire Bible in one year reading every verse, chapter and book one time. You’ll read from OT and NT everyday and a chapter from Psalms or Proverbs every second day.
THE DEVOTIONAL METHOD OF STUDYING THE BIBLE
The Devotional Method of Bible Study involves taking a passage of the Bible, large or small, and prayerfully meditating on it until the Holy Spirit shows you a way apply its truth to your own life in a way that is personal, practical, possible, and provable. The goal is for you to take seriously the Word of God and “do what it says” (James 1:22).
Download and print this PDF off, stick it in your Bible and use it as a guide each day as you dive into the Word.