What comes to mind when you think of spiritual disciplines?
Do you picture monks and nuns, or stodgy 18th-century theologians sitting around thinking deep, theological thoughts?
I used to think that way. But in reality, spiritual disciplines are not just for the spiritually elite.
The truth is, spiritual disciplines are for everyone.
I love this quote from Richard Foster’s book, Celebrations of Discipline: (affiliate link)
“God intends the disciplines of the spiritual life to be for ordinary human beings: people who have jobs, who care for children, who wash dishes and mow lawns. In fact, the disciplines are best exercised in the midst of our relationships, with our husband or wife, our brothers and sisters, our friends and neighbors.”
But what is the purpose of these disciplines? Why should we practice them? And how to do we do it?
Learn more in this video!