Hi Wayne - thank you for indulging my constant questions this question. Here's another one for you (and the group).
I've wondered a lot about what an intentional, disciplined spiritual life looks like outside of a traditional religious setting.
One of the benefits of an existing congregation is a weekly rhythm that people hold together - bible studies, Sunday worship, service activities, small groups, etc., I appreciate rhythm as a central part of spiritual growth - because so much of the Christian life involves forming the sort of practical, day-to-day habits that make a big difference in the long haul.
If you've left a more traditionally structured congregation, what does the rhythm of your week look like?