The Connected Life E-course

A Guide to Spiritual Growth Using the Spiritual Transformation Inventory

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REGISTER FOR THE CONNECTED LIFE E-COURSE BETA LAUNCH!

Coming Soon!

I'm excited to launch The Connected Life e-course, in Fall, 2019! I'll be taking a limited number of individuals and formation groups through the initial course offering, which incorporates the Spiritual Transformation Inventory. Individuals, small groups, and classes are welcome to join the beta launch. Click the button below to join our launch list and we'll let you know as soon as we open course registration. More detail about the course is provided below.

SUPPORTIVE FORMATION
GROUPS

I believe spiritual transformation happens when participants feel connected and accountable to a learning community.  The Connected Life E-course is designed from the ground up to create this experience. You will learn and grow with like-minded peers and colleagues, and immediately apply what you're learning to your life and work.

BLUEPRINT FOR SPIRITUAL GROWTH

The curriculum and assessment results provide a blueprint for growing in your relationships with God and others in your community.  The lessons combine digestible, online content, peer interaction, live coaching sessions, and personalized STI assessment results which will guide you through steps that are right for you at this stage in your journey.

DEEPER
SPIRITUAL ENGAGEMENT

The Connected Life formation groups will help you and your community engage more deeply in your spiritual life, bringing growth, meaning, and fulfillment.

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THE PROCESS:


FORMATION GROUP PARTICIPANTS ENGAGE
IN 3 SIMPLE STEPS:

1
Watch the videos
2
Do the spiritual practices
3
Reflect and engage with peers

CONNECTED LIFE CURRICULUM

We all struggle with an inner sense of fragmentation, and the question that faces us as Christians is this: how do we find meaning in a fragmented world? The three most common spiritual approaches to finding meaning provide a short term fix, but don't work in the long run: the Nike (Just Do It), Intellectual, and Spiritual-emotional high approaches. There is, however, another way.
Deep relationships with God and others foster meaning in a fragmented world. We are loved into loving and meaning comes from organizing your life around a higher purpose--and that purpose is loving and connected relationships.

If you understand the answer to two key questions: 
1. Why do some people experience deep connection and others don't?
2. What can you do to deliberately build connection into every aspect of your life?
You will find meaning and grow spiritually.

Join me in an online learning group as we explore the three connection factors (relation knowledge, attachment filters, spiritual tipping points) and the role of loving community in our growth process. You'll walk alongside like-minded peers, and share your journey as you engage in soul projects from the Spiritual Transformation Inventory. Click the button below to receive notification when we launch.
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Formation groups work through 8 modules
over the course of 8 weeks and participate
in live coaching sessions.

MODULE 1

Introduction

MODULE 2

The Three Connection Factors + Loving Community

MODULE 3

Getting the Most Out of the STI

MODULE 4

Connecting to Self & Others

MODULE 5

Connecting to God

MODULE 6

Connecting to Spiritual Community

MODULE 7

Connecting to Spiritual Practices

MODULE 8

Connecting to God's Kingdom

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YOUR GUIDE: DR. Todd Hall

Todd W. Hall, Ph.D.
Developer of Spiritual Transformation Inventory; Professor of Psychology, Biola University

Todd is currently Professor of Psychology at Biola University, and Co-founder and Chief Scientist for Connection Culture Group, a consulting agency that focuses on helping organizations develop a culture of connection.  He also serves as a Senior Fellow for the Association for Biblical Higher Education.  He blogs at drtoddhall.com and is a regular contributor for the Human Capital Institute.  

Todd is one of the leading scholars in the measurement of spirituality, spiritual development, and the integration of psychology and theology.  He is the co-author of Psychology in the Spirit, and Transformational Psychology, one of the five views in Christianity and Psychology: Five Views, both published by InterVarsity Press.  

Todd is a licensed psychologist in California, and holds a PhD in clinical psychology from Biola University and a doctoral specialization in measurement and psychometrics from UCLA.  He and his wife, Liz, of 25 years have two sons (one in high school and one in college) and enjoy traveling and hanging out together at Disneyland (his favorite ride is the Cars ride at California Adventure).