Connections: The Epiphany Association

I’m sure I’ve mentioned this ministry before, as well as its co-founder Dr. Susan Muto.  But I was visiting the ministry website and was nudged to mention it again.

As you know, one of the convictions I have is that Spiritual Formation occurs best in a sustained experience, not simply through a connection of good events.  One of the things I like about Epiphany is that it offers its ministry through such experiences.  Whether it is the Academy for Formative Spirituality, some other ministry, or in the related books and resources, the whole mission of Epiphany is to provide a journey that unfolds over time.

Also, I believe that folks naturally come to a time on their respective journeys when “something more” is called for.  Dr. Muto and the ministry of Epiphany offer a “deeper walk”—even though many of their resources can be used with blessing and benefit by folks who are just beginning their formation in Christ.

So…I’m going to ask you to go to their website and see for yourself what’s there:  http://www.epiphanyassociation.org.

 

About Steve Harper

Retired seminary professor, who taught for 32 years in the disciplines of Spiritual Formation and Wesley Studies. Author and co-author of 42 books. Also a retired Elder in The Florida Annual Conference of The United Methodist Church.
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