The Bible doesn’t say “Jesus loves you,” but God’s love is shown more often in deeds and actions than in words.
God is often seen as “separate”, a mighty “king” in the clouds. Ignatian spirituality can help us break down this monarchical image.
Beneath life’s instability we find a steady God who is our foundation.
Part 1 of 3 of an interview with Tim Mackie and Jon Collins of The Bible Project, exploring some of the biblical themes that connect to Ignatian spirituality.
God’s love is poured out upon us abundantly, and the scriptures often symbolise this as food.
Sometimes giving others dignity is not just about offering money or healing, but about making eye contact with them and becoming friends.
Let us not forget Christ’s real human experiences. Prepare for Holy Week by paying attention to the bodily experiences of Holy Week.
How is Jesus’ story your story? Often the story we craft for ourselves is not truly sufficient for our life’s happiness.
Why are we uncomfortable with vulnerability and gentleness when God’s encounter with us often happens in those moments of meekness and softness?