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.
There is grace and surprise in making a longer retreat, spending intentional time with God in a sacred place.
Do we have time to slow down and walk with another or are we “lost in the isolation of success and self-conservation”?
This is a post in a blog series on spiritual direction. This week’s blogger is Stephanie Clouatre Davis. I went to my YMCA last week to try a new exercise […]
Three reasons one might seek out spiritual direction.