The first session of The Dig is in the books! Our group of 8 completed six weeks together last night. I’ve been 100% enmeshed in all that went into The Dig, which[…]
[Image by StockSnap from Pixabay] This afternoon took us out for coffee and dessert. While waiting for our order to be completed, I was struck by the appearance of the[…]
Read today about a time-honored prayer practice that will be useful when you are in a bind, which is exactly where I found myself recently.
Have you always felt there was more to a relationship with God? Me, too, and this desire spawned a yearlong excavation into my own life. If you want to go deeper, The Dig is for you. Read more!
[Photo credit: The Harvard Review] My heart is warmed to hear that many of you desire to experience a deeper and more authentic faith life. It has taken a long[…]
I learned a new word this year, at the Olympics no less. “Twisties”, as explained by Simone Biles is when the body and the mind are not in sync. Though[…]
When we bring our best to God while leaving our worst hidden away, we deny ourselves the gift of being fully known and fully loved.
Sometimes life throws us a curve ball, causing us to stop and face the facts: we are getting older and time is growing short.
Contentment means being at peace with where you are, who you are, and what you have. It is learning how to become your truest self.
It’s difficult to grasp how we can rejoice at the home going of a loved one while grieving at the same time. This new post explores the reason for our hope and its impact on the weightiness of loss.