Surfing on the Seasons
This PDF booklet will help support you in your spiritual life.
If you have decided you want to grow in your spirituality, and you are ready to launch into using the Immersed in Christ Plan for Spiritual Growth and the liturgical seasons to help you grow, then here is the place to start during the Advent and Christmas Season!
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Our recent blog posts have focused on spiritual growth through Matthew's Gospel. For a deeper understanding, we recommend Why Jesus?, followed by A Change Within which can be ordered from our Book Store or downloaded free by clicking on either image to the left
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Christmas Every Day
Advent—the time of expectation—is over. Christmas says Christ is here. With us. Now what?
Now is the time to be with him. To interact with him so he can be for us everything he came to be. He came that we might “have life and have it to the full.” Let’s go for it!
“This is eternal life, that they may know you, the only true God, and Jesus Christ whom you have sent… If you know me, you will know my Father also. Whoever has seen me has seen the Father” (John 17:3; 14:7). So let’s get to know Jesus. Let’s look at him.
Francis made this his first plea in The Joy of the Gospel: “I invite all Christians, everywhere, at this very moment, to a renewed personal encounter with Jesus Christ… I ask all of you to do this unfailingly each day.”
A friend wrote me:
WOW! Funny, I had never even thought of treating Jesus as friend, inviting Him into the ordinary, mundane details of my life. Really, this has given me a perspective and permission to relate to Jesus in a way never, never considered. We all know Jesus opened the door to Heaven for us through His excruciating suffering and dying, but that meant Jesus deserved our respect and honor. He was up there and we are down here. I would have felt presumptuous and inappropriate dealing with Him as a friend.
Jesus said, “I do not call you servants any longer… but friends (John 15:15). Let’s make that a matter of lived experience. Below are some of our resources to help you do just that!