Life can be complicated, and you want to get it right. We’re here to help you take back control of your time and attention so that you can take back control of your heart and mind.
The goal is to help you unplug from the voices of this world so you can plug into the voice of God.
Each week, you’ll be invited to participate by:
- Reading a devotion on a spiritual rhythm that Christians have engaged with for centuries to practice being with God.
- Responding to a few reflection questions
- Engaging with an idea to practice that rhythm for the week
These practices are simple, shame-free, and approachable for anyone. Whether you’re established in your spiritual rhythms or you’re just starting out, this series hopes to offer you a new mindset towards spiritual practices that will help you mature into a fully-formed disciple of Jesus.
If you commit to creating Unhurried Rhythms in your life, it’s our prayer that you’ll live unburdened by burnout and flourish in your walk along the Way of Jesus.
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To view and download all eight weeks of the series in one comprehensive document, click the links below.
Weekly Sermons & Devotions
Each week of teaching will help you understand the practices of these “Unhurried Rhythms”. You can listen to the week’s teaching and participate in the devotional and reflection through the links below.
Week One: The Way Of Spiritual Deformation
Take back control of your time and attention so that you can take back control of your heart and mind.
Week Two: How to Practice Prayer
“Praying without ceasing” isn’t spending 24/7 in a prayer closet. It’s living in two dimensions at once, where heaven and earth meet in your soul and in your life.
Week Four: Scripture Part 2
Bible Study doesn’t have to be complicated. Learn how to study Scripture today with the “Alive method”.
Week Five: Silence and Solitude
Learn to silence the constant noise of technology and tune in to silence and solitude with the Lord.
Week Seven: Fellowship
In a world that values and celebrates individuality, standing alone, and being self-sufficient, God is still calling us to a life of fellowship with other believers.
Week Eight: Communion
In order to experience the fullness that God intends us to enjoy during communion, we have to step back and remember where the practice originates.
Along with the weekly devotional content, we have curated a list of books to help put your Unhurried Rhythms practices into place.
Resources for Creating Unhurried Rhythms
With: Reimagining the Way You Relate to God by Jethani
RB 1980: The Rule of St. Benedict in English by St.Benedict
Prayer in the Night: For Those Who Work or Watch or Weep by Harrison-Warren
Faith and History: A Devotional by Gehrz
Resources for Practicing Prayer:
Common Prayer: A Liturgy for Ordinary Radicals by Shane Claiborne
The Practice of the Presence of God by Brother Lawrence
A Testament of Hope: The Essential Writings and Speeches of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Resources for Bible Study
The Story by Lucado
Seven Things I Wish Christians Knew About the Bible by Mike Bird
Blue Parakeet: Rethinking How you Read the Bible by McKnight
Reading While Black by McCaulley
Canon Revisited by Kruger
New Morning Mercies by Paul David Tripp
Help My Bible is Alive by Nicole Unice
Prodigal Prophet by Keller
Songs of Jesus by Keller
Mr. Phil TV “Bring Faith to Life for Kids” a video subscription program by Phil Vischer, creator of Veggie Tales
Bible Project App & Podcast- Learn the Bible for free online