Christian practices constitute the Christian life. Communal practices facilitate the integration of personal, spiritual, academic, and global formation into coherent Christian discipleship through reflection, relationships, and practices. This is an integrative course that explores the identity and practices of Christian community as a people called, gathered, and sent by God. Together, professor and students will study and enact historic Christian disciplines (including hospitality, forgiveness, contemplative listening, spiritual friendships, Sabbath-keeping, and more) in order to cultivate a theologically reflective practice of Christian discipleship.
Credit Hours 1–2
Audit Hours 1