Erwin McManus on creating an artwork out of our lives.
An invitation to exilic living and loving enemies.
Glennon Doyle on the life-giving nature of our "flaws" and "weaknesses."
Glennon Doyle encourages us to embrace the beautiful and brutal that comprise the best parts of this Brutiful Life.
Is lust the opposite of fidelity? Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove on the fruit of faithfulness.
Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove on growing good fruit,
God has a long track record of working on people with struggles that take a long time.
Why do we keep cleaning the outside of the dish when it's the inside that matters?
Richard Rohr on the limitation of fundamentalism and formulas.
The Gospel helps draw you away from living for power.
Richard Rohr on the mysterylessness and pain that comes from black and white thinking.
Richard Rohr on John 12, identity, the ego.
Compassion helps us remind us who we are - That we are beautiful and we are loved.
Silence allows the Spirit to help us replace the voices that shame and discourage us with the Voice of love and grace.
Except your powerlessness and get ready to be broken open.
Tome Sine on listening and creating a new calling statement for whole life faith servanthood.
Barbara Brown Taylor on growing into new rhythms.
Barbara Brown Taylor on growing past seeing everything as good or bad and in or out.
Scott Alexander, Director of Catholic-Muslim Studies at Catholic Theological Union in Chicago, reflects on interreligious dialogue as the practice of following Christ across religious and cultural boundaries.
Dale Ryan on our inability to receive.
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