This is an Ignatian retreat, based on the Spiritual Exercises, that can be made in just a few days – even online.
Becky Eldredge shares her first experience of spiritual direction and a “busy person’s retreat”.
The Incarnation is not just a snapshot moment, but something that lives on and unfolds through us. The Incarnation was so our understanding of God could be radically shifted.
Not having a parent at your wedding is difficult, especially when that parent is suffering from cancer. Laura shares about the power of God’s grace in life’s varied moments.
What are those things, people, events, in our lives that indicate who we are? For King Nebuchadnezzar it was written on the wall.
As 21st century Christians we look through the lens of history having already happened. We approach Advent in a way that already knows the next chapter of the story. There’s a deeper story that is ours, too.
Our deeply engrained images and metaphors for God affect our perception of who God is. What if we challenged them?
Ignatius was quick to name tears as a sign of consolation, but it’s not the only indicator of spiritual movement.
Dream what God has in store for you. The Exercises call us to engage our imagination as we step into a deeper relationship with God.