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The Practice is an experimental gathering where we immerse ourselves in God’s dream for humanity, practice the historic disciplines that align us with His dream, and carry each other along the way. We are learning to live out Jesus’ teachings in the world.
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Now displaying: March, 2020

The Practice is an experimental gathering where we immerse ourselves in God’s dream for humanity, practice the historic disciplines that align us with His dream, and carry each other along the way. We are learning to live out Jesus’ teachings in the world.

Mar 31, 2020

On 3.29.20, Kellye Fabian shared a Lenten message of letting go.  How do our hearts, souls, minds, and bodies all work together in the act of surrendering everything to God? View it on the blog here

Mar 31, 2020

In this season of disruption, we invite you to join us in an intentional rhythm of prayer. How might our days be grounded more deeply in God’s presence if we pause each morning, midday, and evening for silence, scripture, and prayer?

This resource includes three prayers: one for morning, another for midday (7:36), and the last for evening (11:35). The prayers will follow a consistent pattern each week with new scriptures every day. During the weekend, we encourage you to return to one of the prayers from earlier in the week that you found meaningful.

This practice of the Daily Office will help us live more fully in God’s loving presence as we navigate this time of fear, anxiety, and uncertainty.

The midday prayer comes from Ted Loder's Guerrillas of Grace.

http://dev.practicetribe.com/dailyoffice/

Mar 30, 2020

In this season of disruption, we invite you to join us in an intentional rhythm of prayer. How might our days be grounded more deeply in God’s presence if we pause each morning, midday, and evening for silence, scripture, and prayer?

This resource includes three prayers: one for morning, another for midday (7:37), and the last for evening (11:36). The prayers will follow a consistent pattern each week with new scriptures every day. During the weekend, we encourage you to return to one of the prayers from earlier in the week that you found meaningful.
 

This practice of the Daily Office will help us live more fully in God’s loving presence as we navigate this time of fear, anxiety, and uncertainty.

The midday prayer comes from Ted Loder's Guerrillas of Grace.

http://dev.practicetribe.com/dailyoffice/

Mar 27, 2020

In this season of disruption, we invite you to join us in an intentional rhythm of prayer. How might our days be grounded more deeply in God’s presence if we pause each morning, midday, and evening for silence, scripture, and prayer?

This resource includes three prayers: one for morning, another for midday (6:53), and the last for evening (11:53). The prayers will follow a consistent pattern each week with new scriptures every day. During the weekend, we encourage you to return to one of the prayers from earlier in the week that you found meaningful.
 

This practice of the Daily Office will help us live more fully in God’s loving presence as we navigate this time of fear, anxiety, and uncertainty.

The midday prayer was written by our very own Susan Faye Ness

http://dev.practicetribe.com/dailyoffice/

Mar 26, 2020

In this season of disruption, we invite you to join us in an intentional rhythm of prayer. How might our days be grounded more deeply in God’s presence if we pause each morning, midday, and evening for silence, scripture, and prayer?

This resource includes three prayers: one for morning, another for midday (6:52), and the last for evening (10:49). The prayers will follow a consistent pattern each week with new scriptures every day. During the weekend, we encourage you to return to one of the prayers from earlier in the week that you found meaningful.
 

This practice of the Daily Office will help us live more fully in God’s loving presence as we navigate this time of fear, anxiety, and uncertainty.

The midday prayer was written by our very own Susan Faye Ness

http://dev.practicetribe.com/dailyoffice/

Mar 25, 2020

In this season of disruption, we invite you to join us in an intentional rhythm of prayer. How might our days be grounded more deeply in God’s presence if we pause each morning, midday, and evening for silence, scripture, and prayer?

This resource includes three prayers: one for morning, another for midday (7:27), and the last for evening (12:27). The prayers will follow a consistent pattern each week with new scriptures every day. During the weekend, we encourage you to return to one of the prayers from earlier in the week that you found meaningful.
 

This practice of the Daily Office will help us live more fully in God’s loving presence as we navigate this time of fear, anxiety, and uncertainty.

The midday prayer was written by our very own Susan Faye Ness

http://dev.practicetribe.com/dailyoffice/

Mar 24, 2020

In this season of disruption, we invite you to join us in an intentional rhythm of prayer. How might our days be grounded more deeply in God’s presence if we pause each morning, midday, and evening for silence, scripture, and prayer?

This resource includes three prayers: one for morning, another for midday (7:25), and the last for evening (11:22). The prayers will follow a consistent pattern each week with new scriptures every day. During the weekend, we encourage you to return to one of the prayers from earlier in the week that you found meaningful.
 

This practice of the Daily Office will help us live more fully in God’s loving presence as we navigate this time of fear, anxiety, and uncertainty.

The midday prayer was written by our very own Susan Faye Ness

http://dev.practicetribe.com/dailyoffice/

Mar 23, 2020

In this season of disruption, we invite you to join us in an intentional rhythm of prayer. How might our days be grounded more deeply in God’s presence if we pause each morning, midday, and evening for silence, scripture, and prayer?

This resource includes three prayers: one for morning, another for midday (7:54), and the last for evening (13:07). The prayers will follow a consistent pattern each week with new scriptures every day. During the weekend, we encourage you to return to one of the prayers from earlier in the week that you found meaningful.
 
This practice of the Daily Office will help us live more fully in God’s loving presence as we navigate this time of fear, anxiety, and uncertainty.

 

The midday prayer was written by our very own Susan Faye Ness

Mar 23, 2020

On 3.22.20, Mimi Dixon shared a Lenten message of letting go. How might we let go and find our need for safety and significance in Christ? She then guided an embodied practice of surrender. View it on the blog here

Mar 10, 2020

Sunday night, we continued our journey through the season of Lent, The Invitation to Let Go. Ted Harro taught us that our “emotions are the truth serum to our beliefs,” which help us uncover the narratives that we believe about God, others, and ourselves. These narratives ultimately shape the way we think and act in the world around us. Then, Ted invited us to place ourselves in the narrative of Psalm 23, where the Good Shepherd leads us by soul-quieting waters and comforts us amidst our fears.

Mar 3, 2020

Sunday night, we began our journey through the season of Lent, The Invitation to Let Go. Jason reminded us that the core of our identity is rooted in our belovedness in Christ, but there are many voices surrounding us that compete with God’s voice of love. Then, Jason invited us to craft an experiment for the next 40 days that will help us to begin letting go of any false voices that distract us from God’s voice of love.

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