Spiritual Formation Leadership Network directory - by state

The Spiritual Formation Leadership Network is a referral system comprised of people who have training, ability and experience in a variety of spiritual formation ministries. Spiritual Formation provides these names as a part of its ministry, but cannot endorse any person listed.

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  1. The Hungryhearts archieves can be found on the following link: http://archive.pcusa.org/spiritualformation/hungryhearts/archive.htm.

    by Ada Middleton

    January 22, 2013

  2. How can I get to archived editions of Hungry Hearts?

    by Jo Ann Staebler

    January 20, 2013

  3. Please update me on programs, periodicals, events are going on in our denomination relating to the spiritual life of our congregations, candidates for ministry, in seminaries. Thank you, Deanne

    by Rev. Deanne Hodgson

    October 25, 2012

  4. The Hungryhearts newsletter is still in a transitional phase. Currently only archived issues can be read on line and will continue as an online resource only. No date has been given when a new issue will be posted. Your continued interest is appreciated.

    by Ada Middleton

    October 24, 2011

  5. when is Hungry Hearts newsletter coming back?

    by maureen hill

    October 17, 2011

  6. The original day of the Sabbath was Saturday, with the day beginning at sundown of the previous day (i.e. what we would call Friday night.) The Sabbath, which means rest, is the day God gave us to rest, as the Lord did at the end of creation. It was traditionally associated with feast days as signs of the Day of the Lord, when God would restore creation to what it was intended to be. Christians celebrate our sabbath on Sunday now because Jesus Christ, the Lord, instituted the anticipated the New Creation with the Resurrection. This is why we call each Sunday the Lord's Day.

    by Teresa Stricklen

    February 1, 2011

  7. What is the ORIGIONAL day of the Sabboth

    by Michael

    January 31, 2011