Jubilee Evangelical Church
How lovely is your dwelling place, Lord Almighty! Better is one day in your courts than a thousand elsewhere. I would rather be a doorkeeper in the house of my God than dwell in the tents of the wicked... For the Lord God is a sun and shield; the Lord bestows favor and honor.
Psalm 84

Spiritual Formation: Prayer and the Christian Life

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Spiritual Formation

Prayer and the Christian Life

Location: BSOP Campus, 77-B Karuhatan Road, Valenzuela City, Metro Manila

Date: June 20-24, 2011 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM; 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM

Course Description: The purpose of the course is to encourage and stimulate a growing and meaningful life of Christian devotion in the midst of our frenetic and highly secularized culture. Attention will be given to biblical teaching and classic historical insights on prayer and spirituality. Practical assignments and directed experiences of prayer will provide opportunities to move beyond theory to personal spiritual formation.

Course Objectives:
That upon completion of the course, the student will:

1. Recognize and appreciate the features of an authentic evangelical spirituality.
2. Have an informed and practical understanding of Christian prayer.
3. Be acquainted with edifying devotional classics.
4. Utilize classic and contemporary contributions to Christian spirituality with discernment, and
5. Have crafted a personal plan to foster an ongoing and prayerful life in the Spirit.

Speaker: Dr. Glen Scorgie, Ph. D., Professor of Theology & Ethics Bethel University

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  • Azik

    My husband was deaisongd with esophageal cancer in April. He has undergone chemo and radiation therapy. Through this, he has found a true relationship with our Lord Jesus and not just a mental knowledge. For that I am thankful. God has had him in the palm of his hand and he has tolerated this treatment with little side effects although this has not been easy. His last PET scan showed no hot spots or active cancer but it is still recommended that he have surgery to remove his esophagus. He is scared to death despite his faith and prayers. Our hope is that God would perform a healing miracle so that the surgery and life style change would not be necessary. If he should allow this surgery to be performed, we are standing in faith that all will be well and he will be cured. My husband is 58.Due to this disease, my husband was forced to retire; thankfully, he has been approved for disability. These payments will not begin until December and we have taken measures to reduce our financial load. So far, God has blessed us and provided but by my eyes and finite mind, this money will not last past another month or two. I feel maybe it would be best to sell our house, horses, and goats and downsize to a more affordable dwelling which requires less upkeep, time and would allow us more financial stability. I have a high pressure job but thankfully, understanding cohorts have been supportive and tolerant of my absences when necessary. The pressure I feel at this time is overwhelming and I feel myself succumbing at times into a place of just let me hide in a corner and let the world leave me alone. I have asked Jesus to guide me, strengthen me and show me the best course of action and to bless that action and give me the strength to do what I need to do. Please God, help us.In Jesus name.