How did a faith tradition based on incarnation lose its sense of embodiment? And what can we do to regain it?
Their salt had lost its flavor. Their light was being hidden. But in order to regain their vocation, they needed first to reorient their identity.
Many of us have had experiences of what we might call thin places. A particular place where you sense an enhanced awareness of divine presence.
Whether you've been part of a church your whole life or find yourself somewhere on the fringes of faith, there's probably something in the list of blessings in the Beatitudes that resonates with you.
What does it really mean to be growing spiritually? What are the barriers we encounter? And why do so many of us seem to get stuck along the way?
Wineskins Workshops Feb 3, 2020We're launching Wineskins Workshops this week with an in-depth look into the Sermon on the Mount (Matthew 5-7), arguably the most concise theological framework for Jesus' life and mission. In Part 1 of the series we'll actually back up a little to the end of Matthew 4 and look at how … Continue reading Sermon on the Mount Part 1: The Prelude
Introducing Wineskins Workshops...deeper discussion for spiritual exiles.