Item description for The Upward Call (Leader): Spiritual Formation and the Holy Life by E. Dee Freeborn, Janine Tartaglia & Morris Weigelt...
Overview The leader's guide offers an instructional guide for teaching the key points the text writers make in each section. The points may be repeated in different words in order to bring out more clearly the meaning in the text. There are 13 lessons in the leader's guide. The lessons can be combined to focus the curriculum on a shorter time period. Because of the felxibility of the content and the pacing of the leader's guide, you can determine the length of time and number of sessions that will work best for you.
Publishers Description Four gifted communicators present a unique marriage between the Wesleyan teaching of holiness and the spiritual formation tradition. The result is a compelling expression of what it means to heed the call to a life of growing Christlikeness. Paper.
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Studio: Beacon Hill Press of Kansas City
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.99" Width: 5.27" Height: 0.22" Weight: 0.18 lbs.
Release Date Nov 19, 1993
Publisher Beacon Hill Press of Kansas City
Edition Teacher's Guide
ISBN 0834118076 ISBN13 9780834118072
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More About E. Dee Freeborn, Janine Tartaglia & Morris Weigelt
E. Dee Freeborn is Professor of Pastoral Theology at Nazarene Theological Seminary in Kansas City, where he serves as director of field education. He teaches spiritual formation in the classroom, as well as in local churches and in a variety of retreat and conference settings.
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This book helps settle the "Who am I, Why am I here?" qstn. Jan 14, 2000
With so much emphasis on self-help books, "The Upward Call" targets the true purpose for our lives. Spiritual development is not a matter of self-achievement, self-help, or self-discipline, according to this book, but strictly a matter of a relationship with God. This book clearly points out a path, with strong Weslyan foundations, to a meaningful, fulfilling relationship with God. It directs us to become "the whole person in relationship with God, with-in the community of belivevers, growing in Christlikeness, reflected in a Spirit-directed, disciplined lifestyle, and demonstrated in actions that lead others to redemption."