Practice makes perfect. Whether you played sports, an instrument, or you were trying to learn how to write in cursive, you probably heard that to improve at anything...you have to practice. Living a life of faith is no different. We have to engage our faith continually to continue growing. Our goal may not be perfection, but as with any relationship, we want to grow closer to God...and that requires intention. There are many different ways to practice our faith, sometimes called spiritual practices or spiritual disciplines. Many of these practices have been used by Jesus followers for thousands of years to question, form, and grow closer to the divine. In this message, Rev. Sarah Heath starts our series on “A Life of Intention” by looking at the ancient practice of communion (sometimes called the Lord's Supper or Eucharist) and how it can help us grow in our faith.