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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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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.

Aug 14, 2020

In August of 2020, we are focusing on embodied spirituality. Each week, we engaged a practice based on one of the five senses. In this practice, we explore the sense of hearing. After grounding ourselves in silence and God's love, we spend time in gratitude for what we hear. Then we pay attention to what we hear around us, what we hear within us, and what we hear from the Lord. Will you join us in this practice?

Aug 11, 2020

Eric Case kicks off a series on Embodied Spirituality by asking the question, “How do our senses help lead us toward or away from God’s loving presence?” Beginning with our sense of sight, Eric explores how our eyes can both open us to God’s presence all around us, and sometimes cause us to live by sight, rather than faith. Then, we practice a prayer with images, asking God to open our eyes to the stories that are deeper than our eyes can see. Find more info on our website.

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Jul 27, 2020

This resource includes three prayers: one for morning, another for midday (7:57), and the last for evening (14:10). The prayers will follow a consistent pattern each week with new scriptures every day. In this series we focus on listening to Jesus. We will reflect on scripture and listen for the voice of the Good Shepherd.

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Jul 21, 2020

Jason Feffer continues our series on Walking Prayer and invites us to turn our attention outward. What is God's desire for our neighborhoods, and how can we play a role in God's plan to renew all things? You can use this guide for the Mercy Walking Prayer, and find more information on our website

Jul 20, 2020

This resource includes three prayers: one for morning, another for midday (7:24), and the last for evening (11:19). The prayers will follow a consistent pattern each week with new scriptures every day. In this series we focus on freedom in Christ. We will reflect on passages about freedom and pray prayers to help us live in the freedom offered in Christ. 

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Jul 13, 2020

Jason Feffer invites us into the practice of walking prayer. This ordinary practice opens us up to God's presence in the seemingly mundane moments of life. When we walk beside Jesus, we can learn to hear God's voice more clearly in our everyday lives. Use this guide for the practice of walking with Jesus.

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Jul 13, 2020

This resource includes three prayers: one for morning, another for midday (7:56), and the last for evening (11:51). The prayers will follow a consistent pattern each week with new scriptures every day. In this series we focus on freedom in Christ. We will reflect on passages about freedom and pray prayers to help us live in the freedom offered in Christ. 

http://practicetribe.com/daily-office/

Jul 6, 2020

This resource includes three prayers: one for morning, another for midday (7:57), and the last for evening (14:10). The prayers will follow a consistent pattern each week with new scriptures every day. In this series we focus on listening to Jesus. We will reflect on scripture and listen for the voice of the Good Shepherd.

http://practicetribe.com/daily-office/

Jul 6, 2020

This resource includes three prayers: one for morning, another for midday (7:56), and the last for evening (11:51). The prayers will follow a consistent pattern each week with new scriptures every day. In this series we focus on freedom in Christ. We will reflect on passages about freedom and pray prayers to help us live in the freedom offered in Christ. 

http://practicetribe.com/daily-office/

Jun 29, 2020

This resource includes three prayers: one for morning, another for midday (7:58), and the last for evening (11:56). The prayers will follow a consistent pattern each week with new scriptures every day. In this series we focus on freedom in Christ. We will reflect on passages about freedom and pray prayers to help us live in the freedom offered in Christ. 

http://practicetribe.com/daily-office/

Jun 22, 2020

This resource includes three prayers: one for morning, another for midday (7:57), and the last for evening (11:54). The prayers will follow a consistent pattern each week with new scriptures every day. In this series we focus on the justice of God's Kingdom. The morning prayer includes a reflection on a passage from the Old Testament prophets. The midday prayer comes from a person of color, and the evening prayer is a Psalm of lament. How might these prayers open us to be a people of justice in the Kingdom of God?

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Jun 15, 2020

Vivianne David teaches us to notice the presence of God in the ordinary objects of everyday life. She then guides us through a Visio Divina style practice in which we use our keys as a way of becoming curious about how God may be speaking to us in something we normally overlook. Find more info on our website

Jun 15, 2020

This resource includes three prayers: one for morning, another for midday (7:57), and the last for evening (11:54). The prayers will follow a consistent pattern each week with new scriptures every day. In this series we focus on the justice of God's Kingdom. The morning prayer includes a reflection on a passage from the Old Testament prophets. The midday prayer comes from a person of color, and the evening prayer is a Psalm of lament. How might these prayers open us to be a people of justice in the Kingdom of God?

http://practicetribe.com/daily-office/

Jun 8, 2020

On June 7, 2020, we paused for a night of lament and confession. We lament the injustices woven into the fabric of our country for centuries, and we confess the sins of our nation as well as our own sin. It is not easy, but it is absolutely necessary. Find more information on our website

Jun 8, 2020

This resource includes three prayers: one for morning, another for midday (9:51), and the last for evening (13:49). The prayers will follow a consistent pattern each week with new scriptures every day. In this series we focus on the justice of God's Kingdom. The morning prayer includes a reflection on a passage from the Old Testament prophets. The midday prayer comes from a person of color, and the evening prayer is a Psalm of lament. How might these prayers open us to be a people of justice in the Kingdom of God?

http://practicetribe.com/daily-office/

Jun 1, 2020

This resource includes three prayers: one for morning, another for midday (11:58), and the last for evening (15:56). The prayers will follow a consistent pattern each week with new scriptures every day. This week, we continue 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.

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

May 25, 2020

This resource includes three prayers: one for morning, another for midday (11:58), and the last for evening (15:56). The prayers will follow a consistent pattern each week with new scriptures every day. This week, we continue 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.

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

May 18, 2020

In this practice, we slow down and listen to the Lord. Who is God inviting us to serve today? How can we serve her or him, and as we do, how might these seeds of serving cultivate pockets of the Kingdom in our world?

May 18, 2020

We continue our Easter journey at The Practice exploring the invitation of Jesus to partner with him in bringing the kingdom of God. How is God inviting us to live the kingdom into every corner of human existence? Jason Feffer challenges us to cultivate pockets of the kingdom through the spiritual practice of service. Find more information on our website

May 18, 2020

This resource includes three prayers: one for morning, another for midday (11:58), and the last for evening (15:56). 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.

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

May 11, 2020

This resource includes three prayers: one for morning, another for midday (10:36), and the last for evening (14:34). 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.

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

May 4, 2020

The good news of Jesus is an invitation to live a life with him in the kingdom of God. This particular prayer of Examen helps us review our day in the loving presence of the Lord, listening to how we have chosen to live in the kingdom of God or the kingdoms of this world. View more on our website

May 4, 2020

We continue our Easter journey at The Practice exploring the invitation of Jesus to live in the kingdom of God. What kingdoms are you living in? Are you submitting the area of control in your life to the kingdom of God or the kingdoms of this world? Jason Feffer challenges us to practice a daily examen and listen to God as we seek to become people who live more fully in God's kingdom.

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May 4, 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 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/

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