12 Sep 2016 | The Tough Questions | 4
7 Sep 2020 | Awareness, Essays | 0
The ego cares about our possessions, our status, and our group membership – all things that are passing. The spiritual life ought to lead us to put our stock in the lasting promise of God.
24 Aug 2020 | Prayer, The Tough Questions | 0
10 Aug 2020 | Prayer | 0
6 Jul 2020 | Essays | 0
29 Jun 2020 | Essays | 6
23 Jul 2018 | 6
It is human nature to engage memory in bettering ourselves. Memory is an integral part of Ignatian spirituality and a primary way God speaks to us.
8 Apr 2019 | 1
14 Oct 2019 | 0
Consolation and desolation are key to discerning God's movement in your life, but these terms are easily misunderstood.
17 Jun 2019 | 6
8 Jun 2020 | 1
For many of us these days our energies are focused in fewer places than normal, which means those...
27 Apr 2020 | 2
7 Jan 2019 | 7
Ignatius says our purpose is to praise, reverence, and serve God. But this sounds like a rather selfish God.
8 May 2017 | 5
11 May 2020 | Essays, The Tough Questions | 3
Zoom fatigue, parenting fatigue, pandemic fatigue! Can we have courage to trust God in the midst of this rather than cling to false securities?
13 Apr 2020 | Essays, God In All Things | 10
How will this pandemic reshape church? What will the future of Christianity look like?
30 Mar 2020 | Essays, God In All Things | 2
It’s hard to find the good spirit in the midst of this pandemic, but it’s all around us.
19 Mar 2020 | Prayer, Scripture Reflections | 0
Perseverance and indifference in prayer may seem in conflict, but prayer is an expression of desire followed by a trust in God.
16 Mar 2020 | Prayer | 4
An audio meditation on your belovedness. You are loved. Period.
2 Mar 2020 | Scripture Reflections | 1
The evil spirit uses the tactics of riches, honour, and pride to control us. Jesus has a different way.
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