So what is SPIRITUAL TRANSFORMATION? The word is used freely in many circles today, but what is it. What do we mean when we seek spiritual transformation, or experience spiritual transformation? How do we recognize a truly spiritually transforming event from a “feel good” or inspiring event? Why do we call spiritual transformation a process? What happens in the spiritual transformation process that doesn’t happen in other experiences? Check out this research project studying SPIRITUAL TRANSFORMATION.
Raised in Huntsville, Texas. Cloistered in the segregated south. Recieved undergraduate degree in Music Education; Graduate degree in Theology, Perkins School of Theology, SMU Dallas, Texas. Served churches in Texas and Colorado. Was a Minister of Education for many years, then adjunct professor at The Iliff School of Theology, then Director of Youth and Camping Ministry and Church Leadership Training for the Rocky Mountain Conference. Prior to retirement was pastor of the Fruita United Methodist Church in Fruita, Colorado (west of Grand Junction). Now retired and living in Grand Junction where I drive a Grand Valley Transit Bus and play. Passions are poetry, music, religious and spiritual study, hiking, photography and and 4 wheeling. I love western Colorado. The varigated landscape of Mountains and Canyons, streams and rivers calls to something deep in my soul. I am passionate about religion without being religious. I live on the border of doctrinal faith, seeking the connecting spiritual links between all persons..
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