Saturday, March 9, 2013

For the Creative and Spiritual in Singapore…join K!Mberly

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In 2013 Explore Avenues to Commune with God
Whether you have followed Christ for many years, or whether you are merely curious about spiritual practices of the Christian tradition, we’ll get together to build you up in strengthening your friendships with other artists and your spiritual life.
Starting in February, we’ll offer one or two Sunday afternoons each month to learn and practice drawing near to God. Much of it will be guided individual time for you to seek God, but there will also be discussion in small groups.
The team putting this together come from various churches in Singapore, but we all share a common belief that Jesus has saved us, the Bible is a reliable resource for wisdom and truth, and God longs for a relationship with us that will last forever. 
We will always encourage one another to plug in to a local church, and be spending time each day in seeking God. Our core group wants to be an additional resource for you for your spiritual journey and an avenue to mentor others who might not be attending church, but are interested in exploring spirituality or growing in their inner life in the company of Christians.
Intro: Sunday, February 3rd
3-6:00 pm
Goodman Arts Centre
90 Goodman Rd, Blk B #01-09
RSVP to help us plan! [please?] or reply to Kimberly [above]
If you want to dive in sooner on the topics we’ll be exploring, get a copy of the book (shown above) Sacred Pathways, by Gary Thomas (link to kindle edition). SKS bookstore here has them in stock and BookDepository offers free shipping. Here’s what the publisher has to say about the book:
“One reason many people become discouraged with their spiritual lives is because they’ve adopted a narrow, cut-and-dried approach–one they’re not wired for as individuals. Sacred Pathways explores nine time-tested ways to commune with God that honor the unique design he has given each of us. The naturalist, the ascetic, the traditionalist, the activist, the enthusiast, the intellectual…dthis engaging, insightful, and well-written book will lead the reader to a deeper understanding of his or her spiritual temperament, and new vistas of relationship with God.”


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