“Meditation,” writes Edmund Clowney, “is the form of thought that is appropriate to revealed mystery.” If God had revealed mere facts, a kind of encyclopedia of spiritual information, study alone might suffice. We might understand God much as a student might understand algebra. But God has revealed mysteries, “not in words taught by human wisdom but in words taught by the Spirit” (1 Cor 2:13). And although these mysteries will always surpass us, Christian meditation can, through personally encountering God, help us to grasp these mysteries more fully and richly. In this workshop we will consider (and practice) a number of practical ways to engage meaningfully with God’s Word.