Dallas Willard has said that while we talk a lot about following Christ’s commands, “Christians generally don’t have a plan for teaching people to do everything that he commanded.”
This workbook pairs with the Spiritual Formation Video Course to help you develop just such a plan.
It uniquely helps you craft your own spiritual formation plan.
Use this workbook if you want to craft a plan with God for your spiritual formation journey.
While books like Dallas Willard’s Renovation of the Heart, Richard Foster’s The Celebration of Disciplines, and John Ortberg’s The Life You’ve Always Wanted provide excellent teaching and practical guidance on learning the disciplines, this devotional workbook actually becomes your plan.
It’s “devotional” because it teaches and guides, and it’s a workbook because it asks questions, prompts exercises, and makes room to write.
This workbook was written by Chad Harrington to be used alongside his Spiritual Formation Video Course. So here’s the best way to use this workbook:
While you can use the Spiritual Formation Video Course with this book, it was intended to still be useful as a standalone workbook. For full use of the workbook, use the video course.
CHAD HARRINGTON is owner of Harrington Interactive Media, publisher at HIM Publications, and a volunteer teaching minister Harpeth Christian Church in Franklin, Tennessee. He graduated from Ozark Christian College and Asbury Theological Seminary with degrees in Biblical Studies. He lives in Franklin, Tennessee, with his wife and growing family.
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