Use your imagination to meet Jesus at a party. The conversation turns to resurrection. What do you say?
What if when we were children we were taught how to listen in prayer, not just to “say our prayers”?
Sometimes the key to finding and experiencing God is recognising our interiors a bit more.
Find a quiet space and make time to pray with this meditation on Jesus’ hands.
Alexander introduces a version of the Examen for extended periods of time and times of transition.
Healing and redemption is a cooperative process with God. We can’t just wish away negative feelings. We must first invite God into them.
Why can’t our prayer include joyful laughter?
There are two ways of knowing and in prayer it should be more about the heart than the head.
Bringing contemplative prayer to our coffee ritual. Yes please.