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Spiritual Counseling Certification Article on Cultivating Faith

Good article on how Christians can grow their faith.   Faith is important in anyone’s life and nurturing in is critical element in spiritual life.

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The article, 5 Ways Christians Can Grow Their Faith, by Frank Viola states,

“In an increasingly unsettled world, it’s important to find anchors in life to help us weather any challenges and times of emotional turmoil. It’s in times of great difficulty that many turn to their faith for extra guidance. Spending more time in the presence of God, or simply communicating with God, can reveal meaning and light in even the darkest of circumstances.

And while turning to Faith and spirituality is a good way of dealing with grief, there are also ways to deepen your spiritual connections in times of prosperity and happiness, as well. Spirituality is fluid; part of the beauty of our relationships with higher power is that it can constantly evolve and become even more fulfilling. Like any other relationship in life, you get out what you put in. For example, if you attend service once in a blue moon and rarely consider your connection to yourself and your religion, you likely won’t feel a strong sense of fulfillment during those moments when you do attempt to connect. But if you spend time daily, or even weekly, deepening your devotion then your relationship with your faith will only strengthen.

Here are a few steps you can take to start deepening your spiritual connections today.”

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