On 2.10.19 Ashlee Eiland helped us examine our need for inner simplicity.
On 1.27.19, Jason Feffer introduced the concept of a base camp of spiritual practices. How might we order our lives in a way that honors our unique creation and helps us live the with God life?
On 12.9.18, Sam Tinken invited us to open our hearts to the mystery of Advent. You can find the image used in the practice of Visio Divina here http://www.practicetribe.com/the-birth-of-jesus-luke-21-20/
On 12.2.18, Jason Feffer guided a practice to help us wait for the coming of Christ this Advent.
On 11.18.18, Keri Wyatt Kent guided us in an invitation to a simple Sabbath rhythm.
On 11.11.2018, Casey Tygrett explored the invitation to practice Sabbath not because we have to, but because we are free.
On 10.28.2018, Jason Feffer explored listening to God in prayer and guided a practice of listening.
On 10.21.18, Father Michael introduced a particular Examen in which we focused on a virtue or a vice in our practice of the Examen.
On 10.7.18, James Bryan Smith taught and guided us through the practice Lectio Divina.
On 9.30.18 Kellye Fabian guided us in a practice of listening to the questions that arise within us as we read scripture.
On 9.16.18, Jason Feffer introduced the practice of listening groups.
On 9.9.18 Lacy Borgo guided us through the practice of spiritual direction. How can this practice help us listen to God and find the sacred in the ordinary.
On 8.26.18, Aaron Niequist returned to share why we need to thank God for our faith tradition, and why we need to grow beyond it.
On 8.12.18, Deirdre JVR helped our community make space to grieve.
On 7.15.18, Kristen Leigh Kludt shared her story and how difficult times help us to know the love of God more deeply.
On 6.10.18, Darrel Washington taught us about serving those struggling with poverty.
On 6.3.18, we heard from people in the Practice community who have been responding to invitations to join God's kingdom work around the world.
On 5.20.18, Father Michael guided us through a contemplation of God's love.
On 5.6.18, Jason Feffer encouraged us to bring our whole selves (heads, hearts, and bodies) into relationship with Jesus.
On 4.22.18, Jonathan Martin shared the invitation of the risen Christ to live an embodied faith, to taste and see.
On 4.8.18, Sibyl Towner guided us in a contemplation on the risen Christ and the joy we find when Jesus meet us in our point of need.
On 3.11.18, Kellye Fabian guided us in the truth that Jesus' passion was the greatest act of compassion the world has ever known.
On 2.25.27, Ashlee Eiland guided us into the agony of Jesus in the Garden of Gethsemane.
Last night, Father Michael led us in a contemplation to help us prepare for the season of Lent. We imagined ourselves at the foot of the cross and asked:
How is God inviting you to deepen your practice of prayer during Lent?
What might God be inviting you to fast from to experience greater freedom in Christ?
How is God inviting you to express solidarity with the poor and suffering face of Christ in the world?