This is a guest post by Michael Sanem, originally published at his blog Incarnation is Everywhere. “The lovely old carols played and replayed till their effect is like a dentist’s drill […]
It’s human to want order and absolutes, yet the ‘wisdom of the years’ and our lived experience reveals a journey into mystery.
The comfort when Jesus shines like the sun in a moment of darkness.
How do we find God amidst mental illness or addiction? Rachel O’Conner shares a few insights from her experience.
Melissa finds comfort in the cross, which appears all around her.
Rosa’s greyhounds teach her to accept her woundedness and God’s desire for her to heal.
As an Easter people we’re called to live in communion with the Ruach Yahweh, the Breath of God.
Part of our journey to healing and wholeness is Jesus’ simple call to love and accept ourselves.
We’re not always good at making decisions, but here are some God-centred methods that can help.