The Way of Love is the way of Jesus. With seven core spiritual practices, the Way of Love offers an intentional, Spirit-led path to following Jesus. And what better guidebook for the journey than the Bible? The Way of Love Bible Challenge pairs each practice with a passage of scripture as well as reflections, questions, and prayers written by a variety of faith leaders.
Come and see what God has to say about the spiritual practices of Turn – Learn – Pray – Worship – Bless – Go – Rest. Informed by scripture and inspired through prayer, these practices offer the opportunity to transform our relationship with ourselves, with our family and communities, and with our Savior. Featuring fifty days of reflections, The Way of Love Bible Challenge is an extension of The Bible Challenge, a global initiative to encourage daily engagement with scripture and an exploration of the Word of God.
Authors include: Bill Campbell, Megan L. Castellan, Barbara Cawthorne Crafton, Diana Dorothea Doncaster, Jenifer Gamber, Jerusalem Greer, Randolph Marshall Hollerith, Brenda Husson, Roger Hutchison, Phillip A. Jackson, Lisa Kimball, Frank S. Logue, William Lupfer, Shannon MacVean-Brown, Andrew McGowan, Miriam Willard McKenney, Sara Miles, Sandra T. Montes, Mary Foster Parmer, C. K. Robertson, Christopher Sikkema, Daniel Simons, Becca Stevens, Richelle Thompson, Winnie Varghese, Marek P. Zabriskie.
The Way of Love Bible Challenge has received a silver medal in the Bible Study category of The Illumination Awards.
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A 7 day Way of Love reading plan is now available on the YouVersion Bible app.
What Customers Are Saying
If you want to add some energy to your spiritual life as a Christian, reading this book is an inspiring and really easy way to start.
The Most Rev. Michael B. Curry, the presiding bishop of the Episcopal Church and the dynamic preacher at the wedding of Megan Markle and Prince Harry, has offered a challenge to all Christians: The way of love is how we create a Jesus-centered life. One of the best ways to do that is by following the seven-part "rule of life": Turn. Learn. Pray. Worship. Bless. Go. Rest.
And that's where this book comes in.
Each of the parts of the rule of life is given one section with seven days of readings/reflections. The readings come from both the Hebrew Scriptures and the New Testament. Each reading is followed by a reflection, a few questions for thought, and a prayer written by someone in the worldwide Anglican church. So, yes, it's a definite Episcopal spin on the theology. Each day's full entry takes only minutes to read, although you will likely incur more time pondering the message and how you can incorporate it in your life.
But beware! After reading this book, you may not think of your spiritual life in quite the same way. You may be inspired to begin daily Bible reading, pray more, reach out to give more of yourself to others, and actually allow yourself much-needed rest for body and soul. But then again, that's the danger inherent in the way of love. It will change your life. -Cathryn Conroy, Amazon Review