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This content refers to Center for Congregations. The Center for Congregations works to strengthen Indiana congregations by hosting events and workshops and seeking out and sharing the latest resources available to congregations. While its work is based in Indiana, the Center shares its findings and educational material with congregations everywhere on its website, and through its newsletter, Centerpiece, and its blog, Centerview. If you'd like to learn more, visit their website.

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Fostering Spiritual Growth: Three Approaches

Congregations are always looking for different ways and following varied paths to help members grow in their faith. The Center for Congregations, an Indianapolis-based organization that offers resources to churches to help them in their everyday challenges, has published an article about three Midwestern faith communities and the approaches they took to helping members develop their spiritual lives. The article offers ideas, insight and resources that detail how, through discipleship, reconnecting with the faith tradition, and centering prayer, these communities found renewed spirituality

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