The foundation of any relationship is good communication. Hence: prayer! If you're looking for ideas about different ways to pray, how to pray more effectively, on-line resources and the like, you're in the right spot. But wait, there's more! In addition, stuff that will help with developing your spirituality is here too...
The Building Faith website has been making some great resources for faith formation lately and here's another one. This free webinar is a middle-of-the-night thing for us here but normally registering for webinars means you can access the material at your own leisure after it's done. Here's the details from them...
So many of us go to bed at night with the day racing through our minds. We need a way to both reflect and let go. A daily examen is one way to to this. By reviewing the day that has passed, and preparing for tomorrow with the expectation of God’s continued care, we create the habit of...
Considering becoming a leader of the two new 360 Project modules, BIBLE360 Introduction to the Prophets and FAITH360: Praying in Anglican Ways? That role is available to clergy in the Anglican Church Southern Queensland diocese and suitable lay people appointed by them.
Want to resource your parishioners with the latest events, news, ideas and strategies to enable us all to be better stewards of creation? Or just want some of those ideas yourself, for projects at your church?
Writing a letter after someone has lost someone is difficult. Working out what to say and how to say it can be like walking on egg shells. You don't want to be trite or use cliches; those things lose their meaning during such hard times. And yet writing a letter, a real pen-on-paper letter is surely a good thing to do. So what can you do?
After the success of BIBLE360: Introduction to the Bible, it made sense to expand the project to include opportunities for learning in other areas related to faith and faith formation. Using the distinctive '360' concept of exploring issues from all sides, you see before you: The 360 Project!
The big difference with the two new 360 Project modules is this: your own local expert, whether that be your parish priest or one from a neighbouring parish can lead them. Or even a lay person with some theological training behind them.
The modules have presenter's notes that assist in this process. But you still wouldn't want to just pick one up and lead it. There's more to it than that.
So if spirituality is an individual thing, have you ever wondered just what yours is like? I mean, in ways differentdifferent to someone else's? Imagine if there was a wayto work out just what your own particular spirituality is? That would mean you could work out just what kind of things you need to do in your life to help your faith grow!