Ascension Press offers you the opportunity to review our faith formation programs before you decide to implement a study. We understand there are many factors involved in choosing a program for your parish or school, and we equip you with all the tools you need to make the right decision.
This offer to review our materials is a program for priests, religious, DREs, teachers, youth ministers, and others authorized to make purchase decisions for a parish, (arch)diocese or school who are located in the continental United States.
Walking Toward Eternity is an inspiring series designed to help participants live their faith more fully. Through daily prayerful meditation with Scripture (lectio divina), you will be drawn into an intimate and life-changing encounter with Christ.
Engaging the Struggles of Your Heart, the second series in the Walking Toward Eternity Program, is a challenging study that can open our eyes to obstacles in our Christian walk such as greed, envy, fear and shame. Through prayer, reflection, guidance, and the aid of the Holy Spirit, we begin to engage these difficulties in a positive way as we continue toward our goal of union with Christ.
We’re so immersed in our day-to-day activities, we let the noise of the world keep us from addressing the things we need to in our lives. This study gives us the time and space to do that, and gives you to tools to know how to do it, too. Bob H.
I was blown away… it just touched my heart in a way that I wasn’t expecting.
The Walking to Eternity series has been a wonderful experience for me. It has opened my heart, and ignited my spiritual journey to the Lord. Mary R.
Everything about it spoke to me personally. The stories that Jeff interwove within his teaching really illuminated what he was saying. Tess A.
This study introduces seven common struggles. You will learn how to engage your:
Light home reading and preparation. Included is lectio divina and prayerful reflection on hearing God’s voice.
Insight from the homework is shared, followed by open-ended group discussion questions, exercises, and prayer centered around the lectio divina.