Season 3 EP: 58 – Developing Spiritual Disciplines

Are you feeling overwhelmed by life’s demands and struggling to maintain your spiritual disciplines? You’re not alone. 
We’ve walked that road of struggling with consistent prayer, Bible reading, and church attendance, often feeling too tired or too busy. But here’s what we’ve discovered – pushing past our feelings opens up an incredible opportunity. It’s not about feeling guilty, it’s about building spiritual muscles and unlocking unique rewards. 

In our candid conversation, we share valuable insights from our personal journeys of cultivating a routine that incorporates spiritual disciplines amidst life’s busyness. We explore the importance of choosing a church that aligns with our beliefs and ensuring that our time in church is indeed valuable. 
We also delve into the power of prayer and how this simple discipline can have a significant compound effect on our lives. Whether you’re embarking on your spiritual journey or seeking a fresh perspective, we invite you to tune in.

 Let’s navigate this journey together, one step at a time.

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