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Trinity: Part 2: Weekly Summary

Trinity: Part 2 Summary: Sunday, May 12—Friday, May 17, 2019 When all three of those divine qualities start drawing you, and when you’re at home with Infinity, Immanence, and Intimacy—all Three—you’re living inside Trinitarian spirituality. (Sunday) Living faith in the God of Jesus Christ means being formed and transformed by the life of grace of… Continue Reading Trinity: Part 2: Weekly Summary

Rap: Resistance and Reassurance

Art: Week 2 Rap: Resistance and Reassurance Friday, May 25, 2018 We’re far more comfortable recognizing the sacred in poetry and psalms than we are seeing it in our own popular culture . . . at least I know I am. Barbara Holmes explores breath and rhythm in rap, an art form of resistance and… Continue Reading Rap: Resistance and Reassurance

Blues and Jazz: Lament and Improvisation

Art: Week 2 Blues and Jazz: Lament and Improvisation Thursday, May 24, 2018 Today’s meditation is drawn from Barbara Holmes’ book Joy Unspeakable: Contemplative Practices of the Black Church. She explores the blues—a musical form developed in the Deep South by African Americans in the late 19th century—and jazz—originating in New Orleans in the late… Continue Reading Blues and Jazz: Lament and Improvisation

Type FOUR: The Need to Be Authentic

Enneagram: Week 2 Type FOUR: The NEED to Be Authentic Sunday, May 1, 2016 This week we will continue describing the Enneagram types, focusing on the ways the ego tries to falsely protect what it thinks is itself. As Russ Hudson says, “We all want something real; we’re just going about it in a way… Continue Reading Type FOUR: The Need to Be Authentic

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