Resources tagged with: Lectio Divina

Resources tagged with:
Lectio Divina

These studies will help you explore different ways of engaging with the Bible while learning from the early church as recorded in the book of Acts.

This study guide will take you (and some friends!) through the book of Ephesians chapter by chapter.

Summary

We all want to slow down, be more present, and be more aware of God. It sounds nice, but how do we actually shift the rhythms of our lives in a meaningful and sustainable way? Ruth Haley Barton's book Sacred Rhythms examines how to find and access

Practices and language to help you grow your prayer life!

The Bible was intended to be read in a community of Christians who preserve the memory of what God has been doing and saying for generations, so that it can be understood fully. Here are some resources that we have found valuable for both Small Group and personal Bible study.

Guiding individuals and Small Groups through the Lenten season through sight, smell, taste, touch, and sound.

A study guide and sermon series companion to study the book of Jonah in a Small Group setting.

Here are supporting resources for studying the book of Jonah on your own or in a Small Group setting.

Here you will find a discussion guide and materials to study the Gospel of John, as a companion to the Grace & Truth: Jesus Changes Everything sermon series (Winter 2021).