Spiritual formation and the engagement of incarnational practices
Michael P Marette
This project sought to impact the spiritual formation of two groups of Christian disciples at Grace Summit Community Church in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio by engaging in a rhythm of incarnational practices. The project was designed to impact the participants' spiritual formation by teaching them how to practice ancient incarnational disciplines in both their personal context and in their daily routines. The results of the project revealed that when participants practiced the specific incarnational disciplines they experienced a greater degree of spiritual formation. Participants also discovered new spiritual practices that helped them enter God's presence more deeply.
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