The National Association of Evangelicals, along with the Fuller Center for Spiritual Formation, hosted a one-year spiritual formation journey for a cohort of 26 national female leaders representing different races, ages, denominations and professional roles. Participants included representatives of NAE member institutions and other leaders from around the country.
The program was a hands-on, relational way to deepen spiritual practices. After the second of four retreats, women shared that they felt more connected to the Lord and to each other, lifted and reassured that God is in control.
One participant said, “I feel at peace, knowing that I am known, I’m loved, and God’s got this.”
Because of your generosity, these women experienced enhanced leadership capacity, stronger connections with colleagues across the evangelical spectrum, and a deeper walk with Christ.
This is just one example of how the NAE organizes opportunities that transcend denominational lines and brings people from different backgrounds together to encourage one another and build up the Body of Christ.Check out this video about Fuller Formation Groups