Do you find yourself struggling to survive a rollercoaster life? Do you feel as if you are missing out on the full life God has created you for? Do you regularly attend a life giving church and yet still lack the spiritual strength to walk out your faith. Roger Nelmes has experienced this himself and believes that it is due to our lack of spiritual discipline.
In The 12, Nelmes inspires us with twelve weeks of real-life stories, devotions, and prompts to help us begin and develop our spiritual habits. It walks us through what he calls The Twelve: twelve minutes in five spiritual disciplines: worship, prayer, devotion, journaling, and encouraging others.
Each week begins with a short story and summary of various Biblical principles. The daily pages then provide suggested scripture readings, worship songs, and space for journaling and recording your prayers. The Sunday pages include weekly reflection and space to take notes while attending your church worship service.
With so many things fighting for our attention, building our faith often gets forgotten. The Twelve helps you establish five essential habits to bring greater spiritual maturity.
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