Cultivating a Spiritual Life: Seeking the Lord

I imagine some of you expected something a little bit more “how-to” in the last blog. I have struggled over the years with so much guilt in cultivating a spiritual life because many of the tools I was given were legalistic – lists of things to do to be more spiritual, lists to which I could never measure up. Sometimes I would be so discouraged that I wouldn’t even read certain Christian magazines. I knew if I read one more thing that I was supposed to do – one more thing that other Christians were doing – I’d feel guilty for not being spiritual or godly enough! The letter certainly kills, but the Spirit gives LIFE! (II Cor. 3:6)

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About Wendy McCready

Wendy lives in Alma, Ontario, Canada with her husband Mark and two daughters where Mark has been the senior pastor of Alma Bible Church since the summer of 2010. Together they have served for over 15 years in rural and small-town ministry. Their previous small-town pastoral work included a church in the mountains of Colorado while Mark was in seminary, and then in northern Ontario “cottage” country upon graduation. Wendy works as an Educational Assistant in the local schools where she enjoys making community connections in order to share Christ and helping children with special challenges learn new things. She also enjoys participating in music ministry in their church and hosting people in their home.

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