What the Monks Can Teach Us
The Church doesn't need more programs. What is needed is a rediscovery of the balance between personal holiness and community charity, of love of God and love of neighbor.
"Learning form the monks is not a quick program to be implemented in the life of local congregations...What this holy undertaking requires is a body of disciples who believe that in humbly gazing upon and seeking the Father in a quiet, godly way they can not only change the Church, and the world, but most importantly, be changed themselves." - J.K. Jones
What the Monks Can Teach Us has 5 chapters and 79 pages.
About the Author:
Dr. J.K. Jones serves as Pastor of Spiritual Formation at Eastview Christian Church in Bloomington/Normal, Illinois. He began preaching in 1976, teaching in 1982 and since then, has kept one foot in the church and one foot in the classroom.
Dr. Jones received the BA in Preaching and MA in New Testament from Lincoln Christian University; MA in Spiritual Formation from Friends University; MDiv in Preaching from Lincoln Christian Seminary; and the DMin in Spiritual formation from Dallas Theological Seminary.
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