I’m thankful for an advanced copy of Carol Howard Merritt’s new book, Healing Spiritual Wounds: Reconnecting with a Loving God After Experiencing a Hurtful Church. I know Carol, and she is a compassionate, deeply spiritual, and articulate voice in the world of theology and Church. She is warm, welcoming, and engaging. Her writing is passionate about a Church that has hurt her much, and about a God who has walked with […]
If you don’t subscribe to Fr. Richard Rohr’s daily meditation email, I highly recommend it. I don’t get to read it every day, but it is a a wonderful resource drawn from his decades of studying and practicing the more contemplative side of Christian life and action. He is the founder and director of the Center for Contemplative Action in New Mexico—the idea that the contemplative life draws us to behave, live, and […]
We are on a precipice. We may have been standing there for nearly 500 years, or maybe only 100 years, but on a precipice we stand. We do not know what lies beyond in what looks like a deep dark chasm below—it may be a jagged cliff with a solid rock floor, or it may be a cool blue ocean full of life and calling us to join in the fray.
It has been said […]
A community or family that plays together, stays together! I could go on and on about a “theology of play,” but I’d rather just show you. Some of the amazing talents at University Presbyterian Church in Tempe, AZ.
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