Jun 21 2024


Eastern Time
10:00 am - 12:00 pm



Spiritual Practices: Scripture, Prayer, and Reflection

REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Wednesday 6/19/2024,  4PM (Eastern Time)

Why practice the spiritual disciplines in the first place? And, what “means of grace” are most meaningful to the committed Christian today? In this workshop we will unpack the importance of our “prayer closet” and reconsider the most basic practices that lead to spiritual renewal. Each of the three, Scripture, prayer, and reflection, have ancient and timeless roots well worth our consideration. In a retreat-like format, we will introduce them for the health and vitality of your soul.

Online via ZOOM

Fri, June 21, 2024, 10:00 am – 12:00 pm (Eastern Daylight Time)



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"What was most helpful? There was a lot about this that I loved. The image in my head of three rocks in a jar. The excellent dive into Lectio Divina. But most helpful was that you sent us back a second time to our prayer closets to do ten more minutes of focus, and for me, that was helpful because it felt like God moved me past the self-condemning tape that played in the first 10 minutes, and instead gave me focus on friendship with Jesus."
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"The content was excellent. The resources will be used in the future. I particularly enjoyed the breakout groups. The length of time for the workshop was just right. All in all, a great session. Again. You guys are really good at what you do!"

Have any questions? Contact Chrissy Chang with Leadership Transformations, Inc (LTI).

Note: If you have not received a Zoom link/event details e-mail by the day before the first session, please check your Spam folder. If you still have not received it, please e-mail us.

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Matt Scott

Creative Director, Abide Faculty, & Minister of Spiritual Formation

Matt serves on the LTI team as Creative Director and Minister of Spiritual Formation. With 15 years of local church experience, Matt has served various churches in the area of worship and arts, community life, shepherding, and pastoral ministry. A graduate of Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary (MDiv) and the University of Mobile (Worship Leadership and Music Performance), Matt has a heart to shepherd people through songwriting, worship leadership, and pastoral care. He and his wife, Kristen, live in Bluffton, South Carolina with their two children, Emerson and Ashton. Matt enjoys building furniture, writing music, and being on the backwater of the Lowcountry’s May River. “I am humbled and honored to be part of the LTI team. I find great joy in building up and encouraging the Body of Christ through spiritual formation and soul care.

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