I. Observe Morning, Afternoon and Evening Prayer;
II. Practice holy listening in all relationships;
III. Hold one another accountable to God in the spirit of gentleness [Gal. 6:1];
IV. Seek stability in the midst of being tempted to run away from difficulty,
knowing that our spiritual life deepens as we live-out our faith within the situation,
and work to maintain relationships even when they become difficult.
V. Practice ongoing study of the Scriptures;
VI. Be regularly involved in some local church;
VII. Refrain from speaking evil against another [Jas. 4:11-12];
VIII. Bear one another’s burdens [Gal. 6:2];
IX. Practice social engagement according to John Wesley’s principles of mercy, justice and piety;
X. Contribute to the ministry of the Center For Spiritual Formation through prayer, gifts and service.
--Est. at Williamsport, PA 2/1/’00