During 2019 we offer different retreats. At least once a months a retreat in Christfulness is scheduled. Look at the calendar in the right side and find what suits you best. …..
The English word Christfulness sounds like Mindfulness – even though it is a biblical concept (Ephesians 4:13). This similarity is intentional, because we introduce Christian spirituality and understanding of human nature to people seek spiritual practices – whether secular or religious – that might improve their wellbeing in body, mind and spirit.
When we use Christfulness as a term for Christian spirituality we set our practices within a specific Christian worldview and understanding of the human person. We state that we practice our faith with a specific aim: we are aiming at maturity and unity of humans in relation to one another and in relation to the surrounding world. Thus, Christfulness can be understood as a spiritual process towards maturity and wholeness – a process that starts at the individual level but is only fulfilled in relation to others and to God.
We follow 4 phases
- an experience of God’s love in Christ as a protecting and accompanying presence (Christ with me)
- an experience of “Christ in me, the hope of glory” (Christ in me)
- an experience of seeing Christ or the image of God in others (Christ in you), and
- a vision of a redeemed mankind as the body of Christ (Me/us/together in Christ).
Sometimes we are overloaded with work, feel stress and are about to burn out. Maybe it’s time to take a pause, to relax in the presence of the Lord, and to find oneself as a loved and appreciated child of God.
Find retreats in the right side of this site: