The quest for a way of life that works – 15 Jan 22

£59.50

When: Saturday 15 January 2022
Time: 9.00 am – 4.00 pm
Price includes lunch.

Facilitator: Jill Weber

Who is this for?

Are you struggling to find a way to root your spirituality in your day-to-day life? Do you want to live with more focus, more intentionality? Are feeling overwhelmed with the demands of life or feel like you are constantly caught up in the ‘thick of thin things?’

What, if any, are the entry requirements?

None

Learning content (brief description)

  1. Quest for a Way of Life that Works – What is a ‘rule of life’ and how can it be helpful?
  2. Begin with the End in Mind – Where am I going and what do I want? How can attending to my own longings and crafting a personal mission statement help me get there?
  3. Life Giving Rhythms and Practices – How are my habits shaping me and how might ‘holy habits’ help me live the way I want to live?
  4. Overcoming Resistance – Why do I do what I don’t want to do? What are the barriers I encounter as I try to live with more intention and how do I overcome them?

How is the learning delivered?

Onsite. Interactive workshop.

What are the learning outcomes?

Inspiration – to inspire hope that participants can indeed make changes in their lives so we can live more soulfully and sustainably.

Equipping – The participants will be given tools to craft a personal mission statement, and a personal rule of life.

About Jill

Originally from Canada where she was the Abbess of a 24-7 New Monastic Community for 17 years, Jill Weber is Director of Spiritual Formation at Emmaus Road Church in Guildford. She serves on 24-7 Prayer’s International Leadership team.  Jill is also the Global Convenor of the Order of the Mustard Seed, a lay ecumenical religious order. Spiritual director and writer, Jill is a regular contributor to the Lectio 365 app and author of Even the Sparrow, a Pilgrim’s Guide to Prayer, Trust, and Following the Leader, Jill loves solitary walks in nature and is passionate about helping others be awake and responsive to the presence and the activity of God in their lives.