Take a deep breath and reflect after the tinsel and glow of Christmas is gone…or is it?
Our steering committee wants to share what we are reading with you! This week, Kathy Milans provides a review of Pilgrimage of the Soul by Phileena Heuertz
Gordon Smith has written a small book, Teach Us to Pray, that teaches one how to pray through the three movements of thanksgiving, confession, and discernment. He anchors this book around the idea that Jesus taught his disciples to pray for the coming of the kingdom and this should also be our most “important agenda.” Smith […]
Have you been put out to pasture, or are you tired and looking for greener pastures? Kathy Milans shares a fresh perspective in an interactive article designed to help you connect with God and rest.
Do you recognize the person you see in the mirror? Is it you? Kathy Milans shares a reflection on appearances and digging around in her roots.
Sometimes you just need a good laugh. Enjoy this bit of hilarity from our own Kathy Milans and lighten up for your weekend!
I’ve been known in my community and now I am opting to become unknown. Fr. Thomas Keating, a Cistercian monk, says that we interact with the world through “programs for happiness.” As part of the way humans develop we all seek power and control, affection and esteem, and security and survival. I grew up in […]
Do you need a little pep in your step?! Kathy Milans shares a spiritual exercise designed to get you up and moving with the Lord!
Kathy Milans reviews the book, Finding Spiritual Freedom in an Imperfect World: Blessed Are the Unsatisfied, by Amy Simpson. She shares more about the difference between being UNsatisfied and being DISsatisfied.
Marriage is hard work! Kathy Milans shares the importance of premarital counseling in order to start things off on the right foot from the very beginning.