What are the narratives that so affect our lives? Lent is a time to re-evaluate the stories that we tell both to ourselves and to others.
Alexander hails from San Diego, CA, and is currently pursuing a Master of Divinity at the Boston College School of Theology and Ministry. While earning a BA in Theology and a BS in Physics from Loyola Marymount University he found himself falling in love with spirituality and social justice. He hopes that his future in ministry will allow for the language of faith to benefit those pushed to the margins. To the chagrin of roommates, coworkers, and countless others, he loves Christmas music and Harry Potter way too much.
Find a quiet space and make time to pray with this meditation on Jesus’ hands.
Alexander introduces a version of the Examen for extended periods of time and times of transition.
There are two ways of knowing and in prayer it should be more about the heart than the head.