The Spiritual Journey/ Devotions With Ken David Stewart


Devotions With Ken David Stewart

The Need For People/The Spiritual Journey
For most of my life I have either had a fear of abandonment or a desire to limit contact with other people. For the last two decades of my life it has been more of the latter. A lot of this has been caused by a lack of energy as I have gotten older. I now find that there is not much gas left in the tank after I complete a day’s work. The other factor is that I am both an introvert and an extravert. However, I am primarily an introvert as I find that most of my hobbies and activities after work and on days off are solitary activities. I have an almost insatiable love of knowledge and self- education. I find that I am most unhappy when I am not pursuing new learning. I presently have a fairly lengthy list of leisure activities including reading, listening to audio books, playing bass, playing electric guitar, drawing, going to the gym, family time (including pets), watching videos and numerous other interests. Most of these are solitary activities. I find that I can only be with people for a limited period of time or my battery gets drained. The only way I can recharge is by resting or engaging in some solitary activity.
Recently I have enjoyed attending services at The Winnipeg Center Vineyard. I like the pastors, the theology, the praise and worship and most everything about it. I also enjoy the fellowship with the people who attend the Vineyard. Last Sunday the Vineyard had an outdoor barbeque and I enjoyed seeing two people who I have not seen in a long time and talking with a couple of people I had met at The Father’s Heart Conference.

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Devotions With Ken David Stewart

 

 

The Need For People/The Spiritual Journey

For most of my life I have either had a fear of abandonment or a desire to limit contact with other people. For the last two decades of my life it has been more of the latter. A lot of this has been caused by a lack of energy as I have gotten older. I now find that there is not much gas left in the tank after I complete a day’s work. The other factor is that I am both an introvert and an extravert. However, I am primarily an introvert as I find that most of my hobbies and activities after work and on days off are solitary activities. I have an almost insatiable love of knowledge and self- education. I find that I am most unhappy when I am not pursuing new learning. I presently have a fairly lengthy list of leisure activities including reading, listening to audio books, playing bass, playing electric guitar, drawing, going to the gym, family time (including pets), watching videos and numerous other interests. Most of these are solitary activities. I find that I can only be with people for a limited period of time or my battery gets drained. The only way I can recharge is by resting or engaging in some solitary activity.

Recently I have enjoyed attending services at The Winnipeg Center Vineyard. I like the pastors, the theology, the praise and worship and most everything about it. I also enjoy the fellowship with the people who attend the Vineyard. Last Sunday the Vineyard had an outdoor barbeque and I enjoyed seeing two people who I have not seen in a long time and talking with a couple of people I had met at The Father’s Heart Conference.

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