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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: April, 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.

Apr 27, 2020

This resource includes three prayers: one for morning, another for midday (7:59), and the last for evening (11:57). The prayers will follow a consistent pattern each week with new scriptures every day. This week, we begin a new rhythm, carrying the same prayers with us through the entire week. How might we experience the presence of the Lord more deeply as we steep ourselves in the same passage and prayers throughout the week?

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 Douglas Kaine McKelvey.

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

Apr 21, 2020

Father Michael Sparough helps us see how Jesus came to bring the Kingdom of God right into the midst of the clashing kingdoms of this world, the flesh, and the devil. He then leads us through a meditation on The Two Standards, in which we join Jesus as he is tempted in the wilderness and as he reveals himself to his disciple Thomas in a tangible way. View more information on our website



Apr 20, 2020

This resource includes three prayers: one for morning, another for midday (7:59), and the last for evening (11:57). The prayers will follow a consistent pattern each week with new scriptures every day. This week, we begin a new rhythm, carrying the same prayers with us through the entire week. How might we experience the presence of the Lord more deeply as we steep ourselves in the same passage and prayers throughout the week?

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 Fran Pratt.

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

Apr 17, 2020

This resource includes three prayers: one for morning, another for midday (10:12), and the last for evening (14:11). 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 Walter Brueggemann

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

Apr 16, 2020

This resource includes three prayers: one for morning, another for midday (9:24), and the last for evening (13:23). 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 Walter Brueggemann

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

Apr 15, 2020

This resource includes three prayers: one for morning, another for midday (7:59), and the last for evening (11:57). 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 Walter Brueggemann

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

Apr 14, 2020

This resource includes three prayers: one for morning, another for midday (7:22), and the last for evening (11:21). 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 Walter Brueggemann

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

Apr 13, 2020

This resource includes three prayers: one for morning, another for midday (7:20), and the last for evening (11:18). 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 Walter Brueggemann

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

Apr 12, 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 (7:56), and the last for evening (11:55). 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 Fran Pratt.

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

Apr 11, 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 (7:56), and the last for evening (11:55). 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.

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

Apr 10, 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 (8:00), and the last for evening (11:58). 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 Pamela Hawkins' The Awkward Season: Prayers for Lent.

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

Apr 9, 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 (8:38), and the last for evening (12:37). 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 Pamela Hawkins' The Awkward Season: Prayers for Lent.

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

Apr 8, 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 (7:55), and the last for evening (11:54). 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 Pamela Hawkins' The Awkward Season: Prayers for Lent.

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

Apr 7, 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 (7:57), and the last for evening (11:57). 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 Pamela Hawkins' The Awkward Season: Prayers for Lent.

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

Apr 6, 2020

As the final night of our series on The Invitation to Let Go, Jason Feffer invited us into the story of the Triumphal Entry of Jesus. Just like those in Jerusalem, we all have expectations for who God is and what it means to follow Christ. Yet, Christ often exceeds our expectations and defies our ideas about Him. How might we begin to let go of our expectations and receive the graces God offers?

View it on our blog here

Apr 6, 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 (7:56), and the last for evening (11:55). 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 Pamela Hawkins' The Awkward Season: Prayers for Lent.

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

Apr 3, 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 (7:34), and the last for evening (11:32). 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/

Apr 2, 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 (11:33). 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/

Apr 1, 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/

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