What is your decision-making style? Do you find yourself agonizing over decisions? Or maybe your style is to avoid discomfort altogether by choosing an option without much thought or prayer, hoping for the best. Or maybe you never gave your technique much thought. Do you wonder what you might be missing?
Everyday Discernment: An Ignatian Approach to Inviting God into Our Decisions is a 6-week workshop being offered at St. Peter that explores the time-tested Ignatian approach to effective decision making. Based on the insights of
St. Ignatius, the workshop focuses on how to recognize and invite God into our decision making. When we invite God, who cares deeply about what we do, into our decisions we find the freedom to make the best choice.
Next Dates: April -May 2020
What to expect:
Participants meet for 90 minutes weekly for discussion, case studies, prayer and faith-sharing. In between sessions, participants will complete engaging prayer assignments that include reading and self-reflection exercises. The time commitment for the daily prayer assignment is estimated at 30-45 minutes per day.
Enrollees should have previous experience with Ignatian Spirituality by having completed the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius, Meeting Christ in Prayer or Ignatian Prayer of the Examen workshop. As each week builds on the previous weeks content, we ask that you not sign up if you know that you will not be able to attend all 6-weeks.
In order to maintain the small group atmosphere of this workshop, enrollment will be limited. If the session is full, you may be placed on a waiting list.
There is no fee for books and materials.
Questions? Contact [email protected]