Devotional Spirituality: Part 8—Seasons of Dryness & Darkness

Ken Boa shares that devotional and contemplative spirituality involve alternating patterns and combinations of sorrow and joy, of delight and emptiness, of warm experience and feelings of abandonment. During these times, fidelity to the process of showing up before God on a daily basis is critical. When our desire is for God’s manifest presence, the way of the heart will seek His embrace.

This is part 8 of a teaching series based on Facet 6 of Ken Boa’s best-selling spiritual formation text, Conformed to His Image. This video focuses on material from chapter 14, “The Contemplative Way.”

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