Here are some resources I have created over the years that have been helpful to people as they have explored their relationship with God:
“Brief Guides” to Christian Spiritual Practices
See also Soulsculpting, a blog that helps you connect deeply with God, increase thriving and well-being for yourself and others through simple five-minute practices rooted in Christian tradition and positive psychology.
A Brief Introduction to Christian Spiritual Formation
The first of a series of video lectures covering the nature and ministry of Christian spiritual formation.
The first of a series of over twenty video lectures covering the spirituality of Christian worship.
The second of a series of five videos introducing the practice of devotional Bible reading.
Rules of Life Resources
Resources to help you write your own personal or community Rule of Life
Rules of Life: A Brief Introduction – A 14-minute video introduction to the Christian practice of keeping a Rule of Life, covering the history, basic elements, and practical tips. See also my written companion to the video, “What is a Rule of Life?”
Evans Rule – An 8-minute video describing how I keep my Rule of Life and what I do when it doesn’t work.
Rules of Life: The Preliminary Work – A 30-minute video describing the important preliminary work of getting ready to write a Rule of Life.
Rules of Life: The Principal Work – In this 20-minute video I continue our conversation regarding writing a Rule of Life. I discuss the areas of rhythm, external or ordinary matters, and internal matters.
“Learning the Unforced Rhythms of Grace: Creating a Rule of Life in a 24/7 World” – A nice piece on composing Rules of Life by Jude Tiersma Watson, a friend and professor at Fuller Theological Seminary
Sample Rules of Life from Ordinary People Like You and Me
Prayer with Power is Foundational – The video recording of a talk (more like “true confessions”) I gave on prayer for the Vineyard Missions Leaders Meeting, October 2017.
What if? A Twelve Minute Meditation on What Revival Might Look Like
(lightly adapted from The Brazos Introduction to Christian Spirituality, 434-35).