It is not unusual to hear someone who might be an agnostic or even an atheist aspire to have a spiritual life. Usually they mean that they do not want their lives merely defined by the daily pressures and demands of shallow pursuits that suffocate hopes for meaning and genuine happiness.
Recently, the World Domination Summit in Portland, Oregon invited its 2,000 attendees to imagine how they might live a “remarkable life in a conventional world.”
This Sunday at the Gathering Church the focus will be on the transforming process that produces a spiritual life.
Like Creation, it all starts with God. What has God done to make us spiritual beings?
What do we do in the process?
Why does it matter?
What is lost or gained?