Are you a leader facing escalating crises on multiple fronts? Enjoy this video from Managing Editor Elizabeth Glass Turner, on resilient prayer for leaders…
If you’ve been part of a marching band, you know how intricate the planning is for halftime. I spent the last 16 years in…
In 2,000 years of church history, you will find an ebb and flow of opportunities seized and opportunities lost. While church history is often…
Gentleness isn’t weakness; it’s strength with a sense of humor.
One of my favorite Holy Days is Pentecost, partly because (thankfully) it hasn’t been co-opted by Western consumerism. Maybe that’s why it comes and…
Social media was not helping me love God and my neighbor. This was not contributing to my holiness. We can’t live in a way that tears down fellow humans.
We need to practice opening the door for the Spirit of God to enter our striving for answers in contradictory times.
Whether you are worn out or burned out, you owe it to yourself and your sense of call to find a place of prayer, then shake the gates of heaven asking for the Holy Spirit to come and fill you, or fill you again.
God’s compassion needs to be experienced and expressed: experienced by us as his people and expressed to the people around us.
We need your Breath of Life, your Spirit-Wind that slowly fills our lungs with quiet life,
that slows our breathing away from
billowing into our cells
the warm, still calmness of being.