It’s been close to a month since you attended your conference. Your companion, Continuing CREDO can help you remember what you committed to in your CREDO Rule of Life and support your efforts to follow through on those commitments.
A few months ago, you attended a CREDO conference, where you learned about the change model of Identity, Discernment, practice and Transformation (IDpT). Continuing CREDO offers clusters of activities and strategies that are designed to keep you motivated, help you maintain spiritual focus, and assist you in taking the small steps that lead to lasting change.Let’s Get Started
Since it’s been several months since your CREDO conference, it may be time to revisit the changes you outlined in your CREDO Rule of Life and see how to bring unfinished plans into being. Through a series of 5 quiet hours, Continuing CREDO offers the opportunity to review your progress and think about what changes are still needed.Let’s Get Started
Happy Anniversary! It’s been a year since you attended your CREDO conference! Continuing CREDO invites you to give a significant amount of time, two-days-worth, to spend time reviewing and revisioning your CREDO Rule of Life in a reflective and spiritual wayLet’s Get Started
The Rev. Canon Renée Miller, CREDO Conference Leader and Curriculum Development Consultant
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