We all need resources for spiritual formation and we would be glad to help you find some for your personal journey of faith. We have a wide variety of options and formats available, from sermons to Bible studies, books, devotionals, discipleship courses and videos. This is just a small sample of our real life library - we encourage you to explore the site and if there is something specific you are looking for or if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask Pastor Jason or send us a message.
Resources for Spiritual Development
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Resources for Spiritual Development
Check out the information tables at Six:Eight on Sunday mornings for available booklets to aide your journey of faith.
Resources include the Six:Eight booklet and a wide variety of Vineyard USA materials, including Core Values & Beliefs, the "How is your soul?" devotional, the Vineyard Distinctives Series set and many more. Pick up a few the next time you are at church and let us know if there are any that you have found particularly helpful or thought-provoking.
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The Sonship course is our most recommended spiritual formation study. Contact Pastor Jason if you would like to walk through this vital course together, one-on-one or with a small group of fellow Six:Eighters (the course is not designed as an individual study).
From the publishers: "Many of us understand faith intellectually, but our hearts have not quite kept up with our heads. Sonship is designed to help you take some of the glorious theological truths of the gospel –”truths you may know in your head”– and apply them to the nitty-gritty reality of daily life. You’ll find that as the gospel remakes you, there is greater joy and desire to share the wonderful news of God’s loving-kindness with others."
From the Six:Eight Info Table: How is your soul? A Vineyard USA Devotional
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Pick up your free copy at the Info Table at Six:Eight on Sunday mornings.
How Is Your Soul?
A Personal Study For Spiritual Renewal
With Devotionals, Daily Examen, And Yearly Examen Tools
How Is Your Soul? is an accessible 4 week, personal study for spiritual renewal. Written for each person in your congregation, these 20 pages will equip your church members to engage with God in a rich new way.
• How Is Your Soul? Examine your life; ask the questions of the heart.
• How Is Your Family? Your first church; how can you tend carefully to their needs?
• How Is Your Work? We work to give; how do we carry Christ into our work?
• How Is Your Calling? Join God's future; what is your part in God's mission?
Community Sunday 2015 - Community Leader Video
Update: 04.12.2015 | Format: video
For our Community Sunday 2015, we asked local community leaders to share with us about their hopes and dreams for Ardmore and the surrounding area.
Explore Sermon Audio
Update: 05.22.2015 | Format: .zip
Here you'll find a download of 7 key sermons in our Six: Eight Vision and Values series. If you have been part of Explore classes past and present, these are the sermon resources that are essential listening to round out the information that you learned in this class.They are also an important resource for anyone who wants to learn more about the building blocks of the church and to understand the who and why of Six: Eight.
Update: 05.15.2015 | Format: video
Filled with Jesus, the Holy Spirit & the Word of God
Galatians Study by Tim Keller
Update: 06.05.2017 | Format: url
This study contains many of the core teachings of Redeemer Presbyterian Church. It looks at what Paul's letter to the Galatians shows us about the Gospel.
The workbook contains 13 units, each with a Bible study and a Reflection or Exercise. The Reflections takes some concept from the text and helps you get a better understanding of it, while the Exercises help to apply it practically to your life. The Leader's Guide includes all that is printed in the workbook and also the leader's background notes (on the Biblical texts) and suggested answers to all of the Bible study questions.
The Pursuit of God, by A.W. Towzer
Update: 05.15.2015 | Format: url
"As the heart panteth after the water brooks, so panteth my soul after thee, O God." This thirst for an intimate relationship with God, claims A.W. Tozer, is not for a select few, but should be the experience of every follower of Christ. But, he asserts, it is all too rare when believers have become conditioned by tradition to accept standards of mediocrity, and the church struggles with formality and worldliness. Using examples from Scripture and from the lives of saints who lived with this thirst for God, Tozer sheds light on the path to a closer walk with God.