If you’ve arrived at Deep Spirituality looking for help but don’t know where to start, The Weekly Deep Dive has got you covered.

Every week, we provide you with a selection of content from the Deep Spirituality vault to help you focus on growth in specific areas. Over the course of seven days, we will guide you through the topic of the week, setting you up for some great personal Bible study and conversations.

This week: Religious to Spiritual

Religiosity is an insidious thing. When we put a lot of effort in doing outwardly good things, it’s easy to obfuscate what’s happening on the inside.

Blind Pharisee! First clean the inside of the cup and dish, and then the outside also will be clean.

Matthew 23:26 (NIV)

The studies in this week’s series are a great starting point in identifying the areas in which you may be working hard to appear better than how you’re really feeling or doing. Be sure to reach out to a friend for help if you have difficulty seeing ways that you may prefer religious performance over a genuine and transparent walk with God.

Day one: Remembering Our Why

The longer you do something, the easier it becomes to forget why you started doing it. This can happen to us with Christianity.

Day two: 5 Lessons From 5 Fathers in the Bible

Fathers in the Bible

As we consider how to grow in our walks with God, let’s look to some inspiring examples of great fathers in the Bible for guidance.

Day three: How to Make Your Heart Come Alive

Join Russ Ewell and friends as they continue to “talk about talking,” and learn how to make your heart come alive with God.

Day four: Don’t Stress the Rules

Like this psalmist writes, God knows us and cares about us for who we are. As a parent, God nurtures us, challenges us, and guides us in the way we should go.

Day five: Is It Still Worth It? Rebuilding Lost Convictions

This study will help you understand why it’s important you maintain strong convictions rooted in the Bible, and what the fallout can be if you choose to neglect them.

Day six: Stuck In A Moment You Can’t Get Out Of

The way to get unstuck and grow in our relationship with God is to first identify what got us stuck in the first place.

Day seven: Stay in the Fight: Dealing with Fatigue and Burnout

stay in the fight

Now more than ever, we need to stay in the fight. But how do we do that when we feel so burned out?

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