As we shift into a new year, many of us begin to examine new ways of thinking, being, and living. This month’s We Conspire series invites us to explore ways to enter a time of new beginnings grounded in love.
Learning to Love as God Loves
The contemplative way of being can tap into creative ways of envisioning a world that is loving and inclusive.
How do you evangelize for love? Dr. Alexis Pauline Gumbs shares what it means to be a “Black feminist love evangelist.”
Love and Justice are Not Separate
Rev. angel Kyodo williams creates space for collective healing by exploring the interconnectedness of love and justice.
Rev. angel Kyodo williams invites us to consider how the outer world can shift toward justice when our inner worlds are transformed in love.
Love Shifts Us to Others to Us
Wajahat Ali shares his experience being seen as both a “citizen” and “suspect” — an American with immigrant parents.
How has love shifted your perspective? What practices do you use to sustain those loving shifts?
We Conspire is a series from the Center for Action and Contemplation featuring wisdom and stories from the emerging Christian contemplative movement. Sign up for the monthly email series and receive a free invitation to practice each month.