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A Coaching Session on The Way of a Pilgrim

A Coaching Session on The Way of a Pilgrim

In this special episode, Jim and Kirsten review the season and offer a way for us to turn to the Jesus Prayer and the Way of a Pilgrim for guidance on our own spiritual…

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Examination of Consciousness   

Examination of Consciousness   

A daily examination of consciousness sounds like a very good thing indeed.  —Richard Rohr  Continued to take personal inventory and when we were wrong promptly…


Breathing Under Water Online Course

Learn to live more freely in God’s abundant grace and love. Embark on a spiritual study of the 12 Steps through the lens of Richard Rohr’s book, “Breathing Under Water.” 

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Registration is Open for Mystical Sobriety

This fall, beloved author and podcast host James Finley guides Mystical Sobriety, an online course offering wisdom for releasing the pain of the past — including four LIVE calls with James. 

“There is a deep relationship between the inner revolution of prayer and the transformation of social structures and social consciousness. Our hope lies in the fact that meditation is going to change the society that we live in, just as it has changed us.”


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Richard Rohr on Embracing Transformation

In this video from Richard Rohr, viewers are invited to reframe their understanding of Biblical fire — moving away from a punitive definition for fire and embracing a refiner’s fire. 

“Contemplation embodies compassion. The more we are transformed in compassion, the more we act with compassion toward others.”



Your Guide to Preventing Burnout and Standing for Justice

The root of violence — like the many social justice crises we’re facing today — is found in the illusion of separation. When we see ourselves as separate from God and creation (thinking God is “out there” rather than God is “in here”), we often resort to fear, anger, and hatred. A regular practice of

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