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Engaging the Heart

Hearing

Hearing

By Tony Stoltzfus How to Hear His Voice Hearing God’s voice through Questions for Jesus isn’t hard. You just have to ask Jesus a different kind of question than you are used to—one that’s about the deep desires of your heart. Here’s a quick overview of how it works. First, the question. Try asking this one and see what wells up in your mind and heart in the next 30 to 60 seconds:       “Jesus, what do you like about me today?” The first thing that comes to you is usually best (Jesus is eager to speak this way!) It...

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Coaching People Out of Flat Lives

Coaching People Out of Flat Lives

Years ago I read a well-known book on the life of King David that really made an impact on me – just not one that I think the author intended! While David is probably my favorite Biblical character, I wasn’t getting much out of the book until I started to tune into the author’s point of view. Each incident in David’s life...

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After the MetaFormation Workshop...

After the MetaFormation Workshop...

Knowledge without practice or application gets lost -- it falls flat. It becomes another thing someone told you once or a note you made in your phone with the intention of coming back to it. The words start to fade because there isn’t any action tied to them, no real tread marks on our mind that make them real...

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Experiencing the Living from the Heart Workshop...

Experiencing the Living from the Heart Workshop...

Right before lunch on day one, I was up next to share in a small group, but I was pretty much ready to burst into tears. I didn’t want to talk -- about anything. I’d voluntarily signed up for this workshop, but suddenly wondered why.

When we broke for lunch, I explained to my friend what had happened. I punctuated it with, “Honestly, I’d rather just stuff this all down...”

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Before the MetaFormation Workshop

Before the MetaFormation Workshop

Whenever we see visceral, tangible, actual transformation, we typically sprint to get in line behind that person to eat what they’re eating, to read what they’re reading, to go where they’re going. We stand there pining for our own clear before and after as we simply order with, “I’ll have what they’re having...”

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