Eric Case continues our series on embodied spirituality and explores the connection between touch and blessing. In a season when physical touch may be limited, how might we bless those around us by being present to them in a variety of ways? Jason Feffer then leads through a practice of preparation in which we listen for who God is inviting us to bless. Find more info on our website here.
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?
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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