Welcome to our third week of exploring the practice of Lectio Divina. We hope you're filling up the pages in your journal and drawing closer to God's presence in ways you haven't experienced before! Let's gather with those who've come along on the journey for lunch and fellowship, with His Word as the centerpiece. Lord, we are … Continue reading Gather: Lectio Divina – Week 3
Part of prayerful meditation of Scripture is to listen for the questions which come up in your spirit. But don’t swat them away or stuff them down. Embrace them. Turn them into a prayer. Photo by Jon Tyson on Unsplash
When you ask God a question, expect His Spirit to respond to your heart. Be careful not to rush it or to manufacture an answer. Don’t turn the Bible into a reference book or spiritual encyclopedia. Just pose the question to God, and wait on Him. --Pat Layton, Surrendering the Secret Photo by Roman Kraft on Unsplash
At the heart of lectio divina is a willingness to create margin in your life to hear God’s Spirit speak to you through His Word. Photo by Eric Muhr on Unsplash
Welcome back! We are excited you've joined us for our second session of Gather. As we gather at our table with food and friends, we hope you will do the same. There is nothing more powerful than authentic community when it comes to our spiritual health and growth. It is never too late to ask … Continue reading Gather: Lectio Divina
Basically there are four components that make up lectio: reading, thinking, praying, and living. --David Crowder, Praise Habit *Photo by Aaron Burden on Unsplash
At the heart of lectio divina is a willingness to create margin in your life to hear God’s Spirit speak to you through His Word.
Welcome! We're so glad you've joined us today and we hope you have gathered friends, food, and your Bible to feast and fellowship on God's love right along with us. Father God, thank You for making the way for us to gather in Your name through Jesus by the power of the Holy Spirit. Open … Continue reading Gather: Lectio Divina
We'll share a meal, fellowship, and living God's Word out in our lives.