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Healing How We See God

Healing How We See God

Imagine you have a pair of darkly tinted glasses. Y.....

Will God abandon me in my pain? | A Big Easter Question

Will God abandon me in my pain? | A Big Easter Question

The Easter story is one that Christians and non-Christians alike know well. Christ was crucified on a cross and rose again three days later. While we know the story well, we often miss what is actually in scripture and what is common doctrine. In our songs and liturgy, our story times, and common theology we have taught that at the moment of Christ's death God turned His face away. That all of heaven looked away. We build theology and explanations around why a loving God would abandon His Son and look away. But what if none of these contrived explanations were necessary? What if God doesn't need us to defend His actions?

Hands Down, Hands Up Prayer | A New Year’s Meditation

Hands Down, Hands Up Prayer | A New Year’s Meditation

Hands down, hands up prayer is an exercise in letting go and receiving. As we enter the new year these days between Christmas and New Year's can be an excellent time for reflection and setting our intention and resolutions for 2017. When we think of resolutions thoughts of hitting the gym, starting a diet, or instituting some new habit come to mind. But what if this year instead of focusing on your short comings and the things you have failed at, you handed it all over the Jesus and asked Him what He has for you this year?

How to Hear God’s Voice

How to Hear God’s Voice

The best thing you can do to for your health body-mind-spirit is to be in constant conversation with God. Training your “ears” to hear God's voice begins with learning to discern the voices you listen to on a daily basis.

30 Second Habits

30 Second Habits

Yes, you read that right. 30 second habits. Not minutes, seconds. Building habits can be hard. We've all tried at one point or another to build a new habit, like eating more vegetables, exercising more, or having a daily prayer time. While our intentions were good and we may have had some strong motivation to build these new habits, we've all failed at making real changes.