19 Dec Spiritual Journaling

Spiritual Journaling

BeADisciple.com
Completion Time: 6 weeks
CEUs: 1.0
Tuition: $75
Instructor(s): Debbie Kolacki
Contact Info: Lisa Buffum

Class Description

Join us this Lent for a six week course in which participants will explore the practice of spiritual journaling as they share their experiences with others involved in the practice. The course is based on the Upper Room book Journaling: A Spiritual Journey by Anne Broyles who is featured in an introductory video to the course.

Each week we will practice one of the methods of journaling from the book. These include: journaling from the events of daily life, journaling in response to scripture, journaling with guided meditations, journaling from dreams, journaling in response to reading, and journaling conversations or dialogues. The spiritual practice of journaling helps us record our journey with God, be more aware of God’s presence in our lives, and grow spiritually.

The course fee of $75 includes a copy of the book signed by the author which will be mailed to participants. Please enroll early so that you will have enough time to receive your book prior to the course start date.

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