What Is It?
What if following Jesus was not only about doing the kinds of things he did in ministry?speak kingdom truth, express kingdom love and demonstrate kingdom power, but was also about doing the kinds of things he did in relationship with His Father?frequently get away to a quiet place to simply be with Him. Jesus was unhurried enough to pray, unhurried enough to care, unhurried enough to discern where the Father was leading him.
We have heard it said that the Christian life is a relationship with Jesus. True. So how do we make the unhurried time and protect the uncluttered space to cultivate and nurture this relationship? An Unhurried Day with Jesus is one opportunity to do just that.
Come join us for this unhurried day set aside to listen for His voice, pay attention to His presence and tune our hearts to walk with Him and work with Him.
What to Bring
A Bible, journal, pencil, a spiritual reading book and anything else that helps you enjoy time alone with the Lord. Depending on weather, bring along layers of casual clothing suitable for time you may wish to spend out of doors.
Currently, events are being hosted by churches and ministries in Northern and Southern California. Our staff would love to talk with you about your ministry hosting a future event. Email us for more information.
Currently, Unhurried Days are being led by Alan Fadling. Alan Fadling serves as Associate Director of The Leadership Institute in Orange, CA, a ministry that trains Christian leaders to integrate spiritual formation and leadership development. Through his daily blog, ?Notes From My Journey? (alanfadling.com), Alan shares insights from his ministry of spiritual direction, retreat leading and leadership training. He lives in Mission Viejo, CA with his wife, Gem, and their three sons.