New Course on God Space by Doug Pollock

God Space by Doug Pollock | Follower of OneIn the Follower of One Community, we created a course based on God Space: Where Spiritual Conversations Happen Naturally by Doug Pollock. For each chapter (and 3 chapters will be up soon), there will be a short video that covers the highlights. In the discussion area, as we post each study, we will also post a discussion question.

Key topics include how we sabotage spiritual conversations, and the process for engaging others in spiritual conversations they are engaged in and enjoy. The author will show how to notice others, serve others and how to bring up spiritual topics by asking permission to share. Through these topics, he will help you have more confidence in spiritual conversations. In addition, my comments will help you take part in those spiritual conversations while still performing with excellence in your job.

How are you at making space in your day, and in your life, for spiritual conversations? Do you believe people want to talk about spiritual things? Or, do you feel it would be unwise, or even undesirable, to have spiritual conversations with coworkers? Do you believe we shouldn’t talk about spiritual topics in normal social settings under any conditions?

In preparation for the Marketplace Mission Trip, and as a recommendation for simply growing as a full-time Christ-follower, I recommend you read this important book.

Would you join us? First, get a copy of the book. As you read each chapter, review the video recap and join the discussion.  The first 4 chapters are recommended reading to take part in the Marketplace Mission Trip October 1, 2018. Be sure to join the community, sign up for the Mission Trip and watch the videos. In just a few weeks, you will experience God more closely in your daily job. More than before, you will be available to God to join him as he works in the lives of your coworkers, customers, family and friends.

What are you waiting for? Get your copy of the book and check out the Course Introduction.

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