The Weekly Breather: Laughing Jesus

How long has it been since you had a good laugh? This Weekly Breather exercise will help you contemplate how Jesus might sometimes be playful and give you freedom to laugh.

BIG News for Soul Care Collective!

We have the mother of BIG announcements over here at the Soul Care Collective Blog! Read this exciting message from our team for more information!

Are You Feeling Hopeless?

Do you find yourself in an impossible situation? Patricia Taylor discusses hopeless situations and what we can learn from Mark 5:21-43.

Ash Wednesday is About Your Heart, Not Your Forehead

What is with all these people walking around with ashes on their foreheads? Karen Vine shares that the ashes we wear are actually about the state of our hearts, not the cleanliness of our faces.

Hope for Those Who Feel Out of Place

Are you feeling displaced? Marilyn Elliott shares the hope of presence and how to fill the loneliness we all feel.

Valentine’s Day and Learning to Love

How do you feel about Valentine’s Day? Patricia Taylor shares her journey from hating the day to learning love.

Letting Your Freak Flag Fly: Learning to Play

The things that make us different are often the things that make us fun and real. Letting yourself play can be a balm for your soul. Kathy Milans shares one way she lets her freak flag fly.

The Weekly Breather: Comfort When Skies are Grey

Are cloudy skies and dreary winter weather getting you down? Kathy Milans shares a spiritual exercise to help your heart feel life again.

This is the One New Year’s Resolution You Won’t Break

Every year, it’s the same thing. We start the year with enthusiasm for having a new life. But, we quickly find that we break those resolutions and disappoint ourselves. Kathy Milans shares the secret to a New Year’s Resolution that you can actually keep!

How to Give The Holy Gift of Listening

What is one priceless gift you can give someone? Patricia Taylor shares what it means to give deep-level listening to another person and what a holy gift it can be.