×

By continuing to browse our site you agree to our use of cookies and our Privacy Policy.

Tag Archives: inclusion

Fear Is Contraction

The soul or the True Self does not proceed by contraction but by expansion. Continue Reading Fear Is Contraction

A Movement of Inclusion

We need to allow the church to become a movement again. Continue Reading A Movement of Inclusion

Everyone Belongs: Weekly Summary

The gospel is before all else a call to live differently, so that life can be shared with others. Continue Reading Everyone Belongs: Weekly Summary

The Integrity of Love

What a distortion of the gospel it is to have limited sympathies and unlimited certainties. Continue Reading The Integrity of Love

A Welcoming Table

Jesus refuses to divide the world into the pure and the impure, much to the chagrin of almost everybody—then and now. Continue Reading A Welcoming Table

A Trinitarian Way of Life

It’s only God in us that knows God. It’s God in us that loves God. It’s God in us that recognizes God. Continue Reading A Trinitarian Way of Life

Universal Good News

Hell, No! Universal Good News Tuesday, September 14, 2021 In the first five centuries of Christianity, many of the church fathers affirmed universal salvation. It seems we were much more hopeful at the beginning that the Gospel really was universally good news! A mystical experience led Carlton Pearson, a former evangelical megachurch pastor, to complete… Continue Reading Universal Good News

Included from the Beginning

Unveiling the Universal Christ Included from the Beginning Monday, August 23, 2021 Our Living School faculty member, the Rev. Dr. Barbara Holmes, understands the Universal Christ as a grand revelation of love at the foundation of the Universe. She says: There is so much to be gained if we allow the life space to unveil… Continue Reading Included from the Beginning

Dualistic Clarity Before Nondual Oneness

Oneness Dualistic Clarity Before Nondual Oneness Friday, May 28, 2021 We must operate from a level of nondual consciousness to understand more fully the oneness or unity that the Gospel and the Christian scriptures offer us. The divine image and dignity are inherent in every being. We have the freedom and honor of choosing to… Continue Reading Dualistic Clarity Before Nondual Oneness

Overcoming Contact Bias

Learning How to See Overcoming Contact Bias Thursday, March 4, 2021 Brian McLaren and Jacqui Lewis, my conversation partners in the recent podcast series, Learning How to See, understand that Jesus’ model of acceptance, inclusion, and love for “the other,” helps us overcome and heal our biases. Brian describes what he calls “contact bias,” when… Continue Reading Overcoming Contact Bias

Join our email community

Sign-up to receive the Daily Meditations, featuring reflections on the wisdom and practices of the Christian contemplative tradition.


Hidden Fields

Find out about upcoming courses, registration dates, and new online courses.
Our theme this year is Nothing Stands Alone. What could happen if we embraced the idea of God as relationship—with ourselves, each other, and the world? Meditations are emailed every day of the week, including the Weekly Summary on Saturday. Each week builds on previous topics, but you can join at any time.
In a world of fault lines and fractures, how do we expand our sense of self to include love, healing, and forgiveness—not just for ourselves or those like us, but for all? This monthly email features wisdom and stories from the emerging Christian contemplative movement. Join spiritual seekers from around the world and discover your place in the Great Story Line connecting us all in the One Great Life. Conspirare. Breathe with us.