Spiritual Practices

This course provides experiences and resources for faith development through plenary sessions, small groups (synchronous and asynchronous), reading a common text, meditating on the Scriptures, and communal and individual faith practices.

This course, led by multiple small group leaders at Wartburg Theological Seminary, provides experiences and resources for faith development through plenary sessions, small groups (synchronous and asynchronous), reading a common text, meditating on the Scriptures, and communal and individual faith practices. Spiritual Practices explores classic and contemporary spiritual practices and fosters dwelling in God’s Word. The course models accountability and collegiality in small groups for building spiritual community.

Seminary: Wartburg Theological Seminary
Keywords: transhumanism, psychology, technology, trauma

Spiritual Practices

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