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Old Testament Class with Johan Bosman
What is Faithwalking?

Faithwalking is a spiritual formation process where people are increasingly following the way of Jesus, experiencing ongoing transformation, and developing effective practices for missional living: serving the poor, the marginalized, and those in need; working for the common good; and restoring individuals, social systems, communities, and nations to God’s intended design.

What are the ways YOU can engage with the Faithwalking Process?

Core Four : The Faithwalking Core Four is designed to walk you through a personal transformation journey that includes practices in spiritual formation, inner healing, emotional maturity, and missional living . We believe that our work in personal transformation clears space for us to effectively get on mission with God in the world.

FW Foundations : Foundations are offered in six modules. Each Module includes: 

  • Six Group Sessions: An Introductory Session, Four Sessions of New Content, and a Debrief Session at the end. 

  • Four Coaching Sessions in Dyads or Triads.

  • Homework to be completed by participants in between the coaching sessions. 

All Modules are offered online and last for 10 weeks.

Albany Synod is currently partnering with Faithwalking in Houston to offer Faithwalking modules online, with facilitators, coaches and participants from around the world. Register yourselves by clicking the button below, or connect with Sherri Meyer-Veen, Albany Synod's Faithwalking Coordinator, to explore other options.  

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