The reweaving of our wounds into marks.
An interpretive film by Nos da Tela (We Are On The Screen) a neighborhood ministry in Casa da Vidiera of Curitiba, Brazil.
Are we getting new minds or are we just acting out Christianity?
Richard Rohr on the conversion that comes from being "in Christ."
Richard Rohr on learning how to think in terns of “yes, but…” and “both and and."
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?
Joel B. Green on seeing the whole pattern of life the scripture lays out.
Everyone has to go through the center of the hard and dark times of our journey,
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.
Joel B. Green on the gradual opening up to God's agenda.
Parker Palmer on wholeness.
What (or Who) is the source of this desire?
Brené Brown on burying and killing off the things in our lives that need to die so we can live.
Brian Zahnd on journey from grape juice to wine.
Greg Boyd on the addictive and unbiblical quest for certainty that hinders growth.
Richard Rohr on John 12, identity, the ego.
Dale Ryan on our inability to receive.
Peter Enns on the pilgrimage to an adult-like faith.
Ron Rolheiser on Jesus' call to repent from the smaller mind of paranoia into the bigger mind of metanoia.
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