Have you ever wondered why some spiritual practices for instance, journaling, extended solitary prayer, or large group worship, were spiritually energizing for others but not for you? Do you struggle at times to find spiritual practices, “disciplines”, that bring you into God’s healing, comforting, and empowering presence? Are you in need of fresh ideas of Holy practices that reconnect you to God’s transforming love and grace? Consider registering for the NIC Spiritual Formation workshop – Drawing Closer to God on November 4, 2017 at Barrington UMC.
Our key note speaker the Rev. Dr. Regina Davis-Bridges will discuss the art of using Personality Type Theory to help us identify spiritual disciplines that bring us closer to God as the unique persons that God has created each us to be. The goal of the introductory keynote address is to help us begin to identify the spiritual disciplines that naturally speak to us while challenging us to nurture the spiritual disciplines that are more challenging but when tapped into have the potential for immense spiritual growth.
Spiritual Disciplines and Personality Type: Creating Your own Individualized Plan for Spiritual Growth
For those who want to take a deeper look at creating their own individualized plan for spiritual growth and enrichment, this workshop is Part 2 to the Keynote Address. Rev. Dr. Regina Davis-Bridges will help us to develop a spiritual formation plan considering our dominant and interior functions of our own personalities types. The goal of the workshop is to help us identify the spiritual disciplines that naturally speak to us while challenging us to nurture the spiritual disciplines that are more challenging but when tapped into have the potential for immense spiritual growth.