Ordinary. We encourage a ‘melk en brood’ spirituality. It is something that's familiar, which happens every single day, like going to buy milk and bread. It’s physical, human and connected.
Over the years we have come to discover the benefits of engaging in a rhythmic and cyclical spirituality. We follow the liturgical year, travelling each year through the life of Jesus' birth, death and resurrection. And so in this rhythm we see the daily need for our own death and resurrection.
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That our experience of God is tied to our experience of others.
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Within each season of the liturgical year, we practice daily spiritual disciplines and training practices to help us draw close to God so we can go through death to life and have his broken image restored in us. We refer to this as Training Naked, as the ancient Greeks trained naked in the gymnasium and competed naked we teach that all who want to follow Jesus should come to him with no masks or pretense just as you are, naked.