The host of the Tozer Seminary Deeper Life blog is Phil Rehberg. He created and develops the Meat for Maturity spiritual formation website (www.meatformaturity.org) which includes a weekly blog and extensive resources for learning and teaching spiritual formation (i.e. Christian maturity). He also teaches and coaches students at A. W. Tozer Theological Seminary in Redding, California where he is an adjunct professor in spiritual formation. He published two books: The Road to New Life and Flourish: A Guide to Your Growth in God’s Community. Phil focuses his studies on the biblical theology of spiritual growth, the history of Christian spirituality, and learning from the classic Christian teachers of spiritual growth. He is currently working on a new book on Christian growth titled The Christlike Creed.
Phil has a J.D. from the University of Washington, an M.A. in Biblical Studies from Fuller Seminary in Pasadena and an M.A. in Leadership with emphasis on spirituality from Vanguard University in Costa Mesa, California, which included classes in spirituality from the Institute for Spiritual Formation at Talbot Seminary.
This post is a very practical exercise in humility. Below are reflection questions designed to produce reflection on our pride and humility. Take a few seconds on each one and if it seems to apply then ask God to help … Read MoreWant More Humility? Try These Questions
The purpose of this post is to change the reader’s conception of reality and where their life is. I hope that it helps to create a new orientation in your soul that aligns with God’s reality. We begin with Colossians … Read MoreDoes Your Heart Dwell In Heaven?
I know it’s popular for Christian and secular counselors to say that others aren’t responsible for our happiness. But the fact is, they are. Not completely, but partly. That’s why Jesus and His apostles taught us to live in community. … Read MoreAm I Responsible for Others’ Happiness?
“now begins the glorious pursuit, the heart’s happy exploration of the infinite riches of the Godhead. That is where we begin, I say; but where we stop, no man has yet discovered, for there is neither limit nor end in … Read MoreTozer on Desiring God