Perfectionism and its Impact on Your Spiritual Growth.

Remember that God reassured Paul that in his imperfection he could open his eyes to how much he needed God’s help. Kathy Milans shares more about how perfectionism can impact your spiritual growth.


Quick and Easy Mindfulness Moment

Stop and smell the roses! Do you struggle to set aside time to experience God’s presence in your life? Mary Morton shares how small moments for intentional mindfulness can make a big impact on your soul.


Trusting God’s Will Instead of your Own

Are you struggling to trust the will of God in a situation you’re dealing with? Kathy Milans shares the truth about how difficult and essential it is to trust the will of God.


Looking for Greener Pastures?

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.


Getting Back to Your Roots

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.


What Does it Mean to Abide in Christ?

Christians talk about abiding in Christ, but what does that really mean? Mary Morton shares her perspective.


Mind the Gap Between Freedom & Wisdom

We cry out freedom, but who is crying out for wisdom? Nick Cash shares why we should be careful in our freedom to exercise wisdom so we won’t wreck our witness.


Becoming a Nobody so I Can Become a Somebody

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 […]


What Would It be Like to be God’s Dog?

What would it be like to be God’s dog? Mary Morton muses about learning, meditation, holy imagination, dogs, God, and tail wagging.


If You Don’t Rest, You Won’t Last

Everybody talks about the parable of the woodcutter and sharpening your axe. But how can we rest when so much kingdom work remains to be done? Nick Cash shares the dangers of keeping your eyes on the work and not on God.