Aug 21 2021


Eastern Time
10:00 am - 12:00 pm



Formed by God’s Word- Philippians

The Formed by God’s Word workshops are designed with a view towards being spiritually formed by God’s Word, not merely informed. They integrate careful study of the Bible with prayerful reflection. In his letter to the Philippians, Paul exhorts his readers to adopt the same mindset as Christ. We will consider how this orientation is illustrated and exemplified in the rest of the epistle, in its theology and by the people who are named. We will also ponder the deep longings expressed by the apostle.

Space is limited to 12 participants and registration deadline is Thurs, Aug 19, 2021.

Online via ZOOM

Sat, Aug 21, 2021, 10:00 am – 12:00 pm (Eastern Time)

Jeremy Stefano

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Jeremy Stefano

Director of Emmaus, Director of Abide, & Minister of Spiritual Formation

Jeremy offers spiritual direction, leads retreats, teaches on spiritual formation topics and serves as the director of Emmaus, a Certificate Program in Formational Leadership, and Abide, a Certificate Program in Spiritual Formation. He also works with students of Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary at the Pierce Center for Disciple-Building. The heartbeat of Jeremy’s calling is to encourage Christian leaders in the cultivation of their relationship with God. He has served various churches as pastor and interim pastor. He and Bethany, his wife of 35 years, have been blessed with eight children and five grandchildren. They make their home in Massachusetts. He has a Licentiate in Theology from the Cape Town Baptist Seminary in South Africa, a Master of Arts in Theological Studies from Regent College in Canada and a D.Min. in Leadership and Spiritual Formation from Portland Seminary in Portland, OR. “Friendships have been a source of grace in my life. It is a gift to serve in LTI alongside those who value the priority of rich and enduring relationships with each other.

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