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Celebration of Discipline – Meditation (2)

(A Year of Celebrating Discipline is my year-long exploration of Richard Foster’s book Celebration of Discipline, in which I am devoting each month this year to the examination and practice of one of the Spiritual Disciplines. You can read more about the project here.)

Last week we started our look at meditation with a summary of Foster’s chapter

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Celebration of Discipline – Chapter 2: The Discipline of Meditation

(A Year of Celebrating Discipline is my year-long exploration of Richard Foster’s book Celebration of Discipline, in which I am devoting each month this year to the examination and practice of one of the Spiritual Disciplines. You can read more about the project here.)
 
 

It’s time to get into the Disciplines! Here’s how I plan to approach

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Celebration of Discipline Chapter 1 – The Spiritual Disciplines: Door to Liberation

So, two days ago I wrote a post about my word for the year – essential – and the things that I was going to try to establish as essentials. One of them, is pursuing Spiritual Disciplines, a process I have committed to blogging my way through. I said I’d do it on Wednesdays. Well, it’s almost 9pm on Wednesday, and just like exercise, laundry

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Celebration of Discipline Kick Off and Book Winner!

I’m excited to announce that Heather C. is the winner of Celebration of Discipline! Congratulations – look for an email in your inbox!

So, do you have the book yet? Have you started reading? Are you wondering how this book club thing is going to work?

Here’s the plan: We’ll devote one month to each discipline for 2013. Each Wednesday

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Celebration of Discipline – A Giveaway!

This fall I re-read one of my favourite books – Celebration of Discipline by Richard Foster. As I read, I was struck by the richness and depth of the book, and just how good it is. I’m a fast reader…but I had to go slow. To process, consider, journal, and put into practice what I was encountering. As I reflected on just how full this book is of

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