The Cycle of Grace
Living in Sacred Balance
Are you soul-weary? Do you struggle to make time for God in the midst of a packed schedule? Or do you sometimes stay so busy doing things for God that you can't relax and just "be"? Jesus faced amazing pressure and overwhelming demands throughout his ministry, but he did not experience the burnout so common today among Christian ministers and laypersons. We can learn the rhythm of living that Jesus demonstrates throughout the Gospels—The Cycle of Grace. The Cycle of Grace is a rhythm that allows for rest and renewal keeping us deeply rooted in God's love even as we work hard.
Trevor Hudson's book, The Cycle of Grace, examines 4 components of a grace-filled life: Acceptance, Sustenance, Significance, and Fruitfulness.
Our eCourse is designed for individual participation. It includes video recordings of teachings with authors Trevor Hudson and Jerry Haas, practical exercises, suggestions for journaling and reflection, and a place to share comments with others. Designed to be completed in six sessions, you are free to work through the material at your own pace.
Grow in your awareness of God's deep love for you, nurture your spiritual life, understand who you are called to be in the world, and learn how to restore balance to your life with Trevor Hudson and Jerry Haas in The Cycle of Grace.
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Trevor Hudson has been part of the Methodist movement in southern Africa for more than 35 years. Serving primarily around Johannesburg, South Africa, he is deeply committed to the work and ministry of the local congregation. Presently he is stationed at the Pastoral Institute of Northfield Methodist Church in Benoni, just outside Johannesburg, where he works on a part-time basis.
Besides his local commitments, Trevor travels widely, preaching, teaching, and lecturing in the areas of spiritual formation, spiritual direction, and pastoral therapy. In this respect he works closely with Upper Room Ministries, the Renovaré International Institute for Christian Spiritual Formation, the Dallas Willard Center for Christian Spiritual Formation, and the Jesuit Institute in South Africa.
Trevor is married to Debbie, and they are the parents of two adult children, Joni and Mark.