Following Christ Series
Have you completed Discovering Christ but were unable to participate with the second part of the Christlife series with Following Christ? Or are you looking for something to keep your prayer life going after the joy of Easter?
Please join us for this awesome program, a practical teaching on growing in relationship with the Lord!
Following Christ is Wednesday evenings April 11 through May 23, 2018, with a special day of reflection on May 12, 7:00pm–9:00pm, in LeGras Parish Center. For additional information or to register, please contact Kathy Bonessi at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Session topics include Daily Personal Prayer, Hearing God in Scripture, The Power of the Sacraments, Forgiving One Another, The Spirit-Empowered Life and more!
More about ChristLife
In 2015 we introduced ChristLife to Saint Louise, a three-step evangelization process that is changing lives and transforming parishes. The ChristLife series consists of three essential elements: discover, follow, and share. Each series includes a plan to make followers of Christ, through the continual renewal of their hearts and minds. Over 150 parishioners took advantage of one or even all three sessions, and because of its success we are beginning the series again this fall with Discovering Christ.
Answering the Call of the New Evangelization
The goal of ChristLife is to equip Catholics for the essential work of evangelization so others might personally encounter Jesus Christ and be transformed into His missionary disciples.
Dave Nodar, a Catholic layman, regularly presented schools of evangelization in Poland and Slovakia for young adult Catholics during the 1990’s. Inspired by the call of Pope John Paul II to the New Evangelization, Dave founded ChristLife in 1995 to help all people discover, follow, and share Jesus Christ as members of the Catholic Church. ChristLife is faithful to the Magisterium, nourished by the sacraments, sustained by daily prayer and scripture reading, dependent on the power of the Holy Spirit, and committed to Christian unity.