Spiritual growth must have a clear means, or there is no way to move towards it.
Spiritual growth must have a goal or risk lurching in random directions. I like Glen Scorgie's model of spiritual growth as relational, transformational, and vocational growth.
Arthur Wallis describes what genuine revivals looks like using Acts 2 as a template
Richard Lovelace describes what people wake up to in revival
Can you do too much of the spiritual disciplines?
Dallas Willard lays out "a formula for living with God's voice"
Dallas Willard explains why hell is simply the best God can do for some people.
John Coe describes the dark night of the senses and the dark night of the spirit.