Emergence – In a Christ Soaked World

One of the main focuses of my blog centers in on Emergent Christianity, a field of study and practice that I particularly resonate with due to Christianity being such a dominant element in the culture I was raised in. Furthermore, I believe that Christianity is one of the traditions which will be deeply effected, molded, … Continue reading Emergence – In a Christ Soaked World

The Activating Energy of Gratitude

Each of us are engaged, daily, with a wide variety of responsibilities. "Adulting" can be tiresome, draining, and we might wake up in the morning and simply not want to take part in all of the 'grown up' chores that await us. I know what that is like. I've had many "jobs" that did not … Continue reading The Activating Energy of Gratitude

Emergence eBook and the changing seasons

Love and Blessings As some of you are aware, the Emergence eBook was launched last week. I hope many of you had the opportunity to read it and that you were able to take from it something that is helpful on your own journey. As it being my first attempt at an eBook, I am … Continue reading Emergence eBook and the changing seasons

And it was Good

Romans 8:2828 And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who[a] have been called according to his purpose.Genesis 1:3131 God saw all that he had made, and it was very good. Over the last few weeks there has been a transformative shift in my consciousness. I would say this is due, largely … Continue reading And it was Good

Embracing Mystery

“The great beauty of life is its mystery, the inability to know what course our life will take, and diligently work to transmute into our final form based upon a lifetime of constant discovery and enterprising effort. Accepting the unknown and unknowable eliminates regret.”― Kilroy J. Oldster, Dead Toad Scrolls In no small way, my life over … Continue reading Embracing Mystery

Embracing Metanoia

Metanoia is a Greek word that translates to "Change of Mind", used many times in the New Testament. Thought to translate as "repentance", though not as a practice fueled by guilt or shame, but literally to "change our direction". As many of you who follow my blog know, I have been transitioning through a very … Continue reading Embracing Metanoia