Tag Archives: Living School

Thank you for making our work possible!

Thank you for making our work possible! Wednesday, April 17, 2019 Friend, I am so honored that you take the time to read my Daily Meditations! As I grow older and limit my travel, they are one of the most meaningful ways I can continue teaching and ministering. You may wonder, as many have, if… Continue Reading Thank you for making our work possible!

Alumni Retreat with Sarah Lutterodt and Kathy Deal

Report Back from Washington D.C. Alumni Retreat Sarah Lutterodt (’16) and Kathy Deal (’16) Desirous of spending extended time together when we could immerse ourselves more deeply in the spirit of the Living School, the DC-MD-VA group of Living School alumni and students decided to plan a weekend retreat in July 2018. Five group members… Continue Reading Alumni Retreat with Sarah Lutterodt and Kathy Deal

Our Worldwide Zoom Community

Our Worldwide Zoom Community Sara Harris (’15) We are looking at our computers, waiting for people to show up on the screen like lights coming on. One by one, we join from the West Coast, East Coast, and between coasts in the United States and Canada. We log in from places on other continents and… Continue Reading Our Worldwide Zoom Community

The Call of Assisi

The Call of Assisi Delores Montpetit (’15) The peace of Assisi is unsurpassed, beauty speaks here like no other place on earth. —Peggy, Assisi pilgrim, 2017 When we gather with our pilgrimage groups in Assisi, inevitably the friars, guides, shop owners, and servers ask us, “How long are you here?” Their response is fabulous when… Continue Reading The Call of Assisi

Leadership Spotlight: Interview with LaVera Crawley

Leadership Spotlight: Interview with LaVera Crawley CAC Board Chair and Living School alumna, LaVera Crawley (’15), recently took some time to talk with Mark Longhurst (’15) about her life; vocation; work on the CAC Board; an important Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion process that the CAC is undertaking; and more. This interview kicks off an ongoing… Continue Reading Leadership Spotlight: Interview with LaVera Crawley

Book Review:Jesus and the Disinherited by Howard Thurman

Book Review: Jesus and the Disinherited by Howard Thurman Molly Lannon Kenny (’19) It cannot be denied that too often the weight of the Christian movement has been on the side of the strong and the powerful and against the weak and oppressed—this, despite the gospel. —Howard Thurman In a recent meeting of our Living School… Continue Reading Book Review:Jesus and the Disinherited by Howard Thurman

Alumni Newsletter — May 2018

A Note from the Editor Dear Living School alumni, Christ is evolving in us. Our Living School formation has taught us that, come what may, the love of Christ is constant. Paradoxically, this constancy of Christ is not fixed and static but ever-flowing and always changing. Life and faith do not fit into a box,… Continue Reading Alumni Newsletter — May 2018

A Confounding Experience of Heart

A Confounding Experience of Heart Denise Davis (’16) At the same time I began the Living School in 2014, my husband and I moved to Manhattan for a three-year job assignment. In seeking community, I did as I had always done: joined a progressive church and then engaged, advocating and working for social justice. One… Continue Reading A Confounding Experience of Heart

The Spirit Still Speaks

Scripture The Spirit Still Speaks Sunday, January 8, 2017 I want to bind you all together in love, to stir your minds so that your understanding may come to full development, until you really know the mystery of God, in whom all the jewels of wisdom and knowledge are hidden. —Colossians 2:2-3 [1] When we… Continue Reading The Spirit Still Speaks

Truth Is One

The Perennial Tradition Truth Is One Tuesday, November 22, 2016 Science is no longer, nor should it ever have been, our enemy; instead quantum physics, biology, and other academic disciplines are revealing that science is our new and excellent partner, much better than philosophy ever was. Truth is One. If something is spiritually true, it… Continue Reading Truth Is One

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