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Lectio Divina

a journey in prayer and scripture

9:00 am to 10:00 am
St. Timothy's Episcopal Church
1020 24th Street, West Des Moines
6:30 pm to 7:30 pm
Faith Lutheran Church
10394 University Avenue, Clive
Tim Goldman, 745-9842
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Jan Stegeman, 556-5587
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You are invited to come journey together in prayer and scripture at two Central Iowa prayer groups. The experience of "praying the scriptures" is an ancient practice that has been bringing people closer to God for centuries. Also known as "Lectio Divina," this practice involves four stages:





Listening to the word of God in Scripture is a traditional way of cultivating friendship with Christ. It is a way of listening to the texts of Scripture as if we were in conversation with Christ and He were suggesting the topics of conversation. The regular encounter with Christ and reflection on His word leads beyond mere acquaintanceship to an attitude of friendship, trust, and love. Conversation simplifies and gives way to communing.

This is a rewarding discipline to be experienced in a group. Please join us and experience both prayer and scripture on a deep level.

Questions: Paul Witmer, 276-3781

Visit the Events area for current Lectio Divina retreats and workshops

Come here and listen to me! I'll pour out the spirit of wisdom upon you and make you wise.
(Proverbs 1:23)

Upcoming Events

Contemplative Lounge
January 13, 2018
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18- Hour Lenten Retreat
March 2-3, 2018
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United in Prayer Day
March 17, 2018
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Seven Sacred Pauses
March 30, 2018
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“Our basic core of goodness is our true Self.  Its center of gravity is God.  The acceptance of our basic goodness is a quantum leap in the spiritual journey . . . God and our true Self are not separate.  Though we are not God, God and our true Self are the same thing.”  (OM, 127)