Stephen A. Macchia

Stephen A. Macchia



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Crafting a Rule of Life: An...

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Becoming a Healthy Church: ...

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Becoming a Healthy Disciple...

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Broken and Whole: A Leader'...

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Becoming a Healthy Team: Fi...

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Wellspring: 31 Days to Whol...

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“When we speak with others about our experience in Christ, it sharpens our attentiveness to the voice and will of the Father. Sharing our stories helps us clarify the intentions of our hearts toward the fulfillment of his divine will. A small circle of friends also reminds us of the presence, power and protection of the Holy Spirit. Confiding in one another instills a sense of hope for the future as children who are dearly loved by their Father.”
Stephen A. Macchia, Crafting a Rule of Life: An Invitation to the Well-Ordered Way

“The more we discover about God, the more we learn about ourselves and vice versa. Self-understanding and God awareness go hand in glove. We are not separated from the way God uniquely designed us; nor is our growing intimacy with God distinct from our ever-deepening self-discovery. Exploring both will lead us into the fullness of our life in the Spirit.”
Stephen A. Macchia, Crafting a Rule of Life: An Invitation to the Well-Ordered Way

“I cannot learn to love my neighbor as myself until I learn to love God: and I cannot learn to love God except by learning to obey Him.”
Stephen A. Macchia, Crafting a Rule of Life: An Invitation to the Well-Ordered Way



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