We tend to think of spiritual discipline as individual, monastic exercises – things we do in private, for the sake of knowing God better or improving our character. What if these practices were meant to be shared in community? What if they were intended to be missional?

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ERIN WASINGER
A Midwestern native, Erin F. Wasinger lives and learns to love in Lansing, Mich. Her book — The Year of Small Things (Brazos) — coauthored by Sarah Arthur, released in January 2017. An avid reader and lay theologian, Erin also volunteers on the teaching team at Sycamore Creek Church and coordinates & creates content for the SC’s kids’ ministry. She freelances, does IG, tweets, and creates podcasts, too.

KYLE DAVID BENNETT
Kyle is assistant professor of philosophy at Caldwell University and program director of the Spirituality and Leadership Institute. Kyle did his Ph.D. at Fuller Seminary, and taught theology, philosophy, and ethics at Azusa Pacific University, Providence Christian College, and The Kings College. Kyle’s first book Practices of Love: Spiritual Disciplines for the Life of the World just released from Brazos in August.