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Touch Point: Advent
Compiled by Diana C. Bennett, D. Min.

This touch point serves to deepen our understanding of the birth of Jesus as a historical event which is also relevant to our present and future. Through Jesus God becomes near; He is God with us and within us.
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Touch Point: Community
Compiled by Stephen A. Macchia, D. Min.

What does Christian community look like? The writings of Bonhoeffer and Macchia teach that fellowship and solitude walk hand in hand--you cannot have one without the other. And it is in community with others that we are challenged to grow and are supported in our times of need. This is the body of Christ in action.
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Touch Point: Contemplative Bible Reading
Compiled by Stephen A. Macchia, D. Min.

Lectio Divina, the tradition of sacred reading of scripture, is a powerful tool that invites us to change as we ponder God's word. This Touch Point walks the reader through the process of Lectio, opening the way to knowing Christ through engaging with Him in His word.
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Touch Point: Daily Examen
Compiled By Matthew E. Scott, M.Div. Leadership Transformations, Inc.

Saint Ignatius believed that the presence and work of God could be found in all of life’s experiences. And as the founder of the Society of Jesus in the 16th century, he created a way for his fellow brothers to examine their lives each day. The Examen is a spiritual practice of recalling and noticing the presence of God in our daily life. It is a tool to help us pay attention and recollect the moments of the day where we sensed God was at work in us.
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Touch Point: Forgiving Others
Compiled by Ellie Beatty, M.S. Ed.
Leadership Transformations, Inc.

“Forgive us our sins, as we also forgive everyone who sins against us.” - Luke 11:4 “Before we try to define or clarify what forgiveness is, let us lay aside some of the things it is not. For example, to forgive does not mean to deny our hurt. Sometimes we think we are ‘keeping the peace’ and showing a forgiving attitude when all we have done is suppress our pain. Forgiveness is possible only when we acknowledge the hurtful impact of a person’s actions on our lives, whether or not the offender intended harm.”

(Marjorie Thompson)
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Touch Point: God’s Strength in Our Weakness
Compiled by Kevin M. Antlitz, M.Div., Th.M.
Leadership Transformations, Inc.

“But he said to me, ‘My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness.’ Therefore I will boast all the more gladly about my weaknesses, so that Christ’s power may rest on me. That is why, for Christ’s sake, I delight in weaknesses, in insults, in hardships, in persecutions, in difficulties. For when I am weak, then I am strong.”

2 Corinthians 9:10 (NIV)
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Touch Point: Goodness of God
“No one is good except God alone.” (Mark 10:18) What does the goodness of God look like in our world? And how does it draw us in? We acknowledge that God alone is good and that we are a result of his goodness. From a young age we are told to “be good” by our parents and other adults in our lives. Try as we might, our goodness is inadequate. St. Augustine suggests that “I serve and worship you so that from you good may come to be. To you I owe my being and the goodness of my being.”
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Touch Point: Hospitality
Compiled By Matthew E. Scott, M.Div. Leadership Transformations, Inc.

The ministry of hospitality is much deeper than simply providing a clean, clutter-free, quiet space. It extends beyond entertaining, giving shelter or providing food. More than that, it is a ministry of presence. Being fully present with another invites them to be fully present to the work of God in their life.

In its truest essence, hospitality is offering the welcoming presence of God to all people. Because we’ve been fully welcomed into the loving embrace of God, we are able to extend that to others. And in doing so, we’re providing a space and place where one can be known and loved by God.
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Touch Point: Hymnody Charles Wesley
Compiled By Matthew E. Scott, M.Div. Leadership Transformations, Inc.

To my knowledge, no man in history has written more prolifically than Charles Wesley in regards to church music and hymnody. Often over-shadowed by his brother Jonathan, Charles Wesley should be equally honored for his contributions to Methodism and the spread of Wesylan traditions.
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Touch Point: Intimacy with Christ
Compiled by Stephen A. Macchia, D. Min.

Using the words of Henri Nouwen, J. Oswald Sanders and Jonathan Edwards, this Touch Point describes the discipline of knowing God deeply, and of being mastered by the Spirit. This can happen only when we are alone, when we seek intimacy with Christ above everything else.
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