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Mission

 

The mission of the Spiritual Formation ministry at the Divinely Anointed School of Theology is to help servant-leaders pursue Christlikeness. Our ministry exists to glorify God and make disciples by providing a relational context and biblical curriculum to help servant-leaders:

  • Explore the topics of Identity, Community, Integrity, and Fidelity,

  • Experience transformation (growth in Christlikeness), and

  • Participate in the Spirit’s transformation of others.

 

Method

 

Spiritual Formation groups of four to five students gather weekly for one year (two consecutive fall and spring semesters) to pray, reflect on biblical truth, examine their lives, share and respond. As group members grow together in Spiritual maturity and Christlike character, the potential for significant relationships and ministry partnerships is established.

 

Goals & Measures

 

The Spiritual Formation program is designed to help facilitate students’ growth in four areas:

  • Knowing God,

  • Knowing self,

  • Loving well, and

  • Longing for more of God’s transforming work in their lives.

 

Defining Spiritual Formation

 

The process by which God forms Christ’s character in believers by the ministry of the Spirit, in the context of community, and in accordance with biblical standards. This process involves the transformation of the whole person in desires, thoughts, behaviors, and styles of relating with God and others. Such life change is manifest in a growing love for God and others—a dying to self and living for Christ.

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