What if instead of New Year’s Resolutions, you could start your year in community with people who are longing to live whole-person lives and are taking steps in that direction? In 2022, the Pilgrimage Online Spiritual Formation Ministry is offering our first virtual retreat. According to the liturgical church year, the first two Sundays ofContinue reading “Winter Solace”
A panel discussion on spiritual health
Neither Sabbath reflected any part of the reality of the week which immediately followed it–but maybe that’s because the Sabbath is meant to be the SEVENTH day of the week…
If you have a copy of Favored One (which, according to my brother–who doesn’t have to say this; parents might, brothers don’t–five minutes ago, you really really should), you will see in the “About the Author” section in the back that it says, A writer, teacher, and spiritual caregiver at heart, Jenn loves team building,Continue reading “Teaching the Things She Is Also Learning”
Back in 2018 (I keep wanting to say “last year,” but that is no longer correct…), a lot of fairly momentous things happened. In hindsight (which is, as they say, 2020–that’s a pun, guys), Paul and I were being prepped for each of these events for a long time, but in not-hindsight, all of themContinue reading “Rules for People Who Don’t Like Being Boxed In (or Who Feel Like They Already Are)”
How do you cultivate a fruitful life? Probably not with New Year’s resolutions… Who doesn’t long to stop feeling overrun by the demands of schedules, jobs, relationships, wallets? Was the easy yoke and light burden Jesus promised when we come to Him just a PR pitch? Is a joyfully managed life actually possible through connectionContinue reading “Life in the Vine”
I’m really glad I was invited to do a workshop there because probably I otherwise wouldn’t have taken the time out of my schedule to go, but it was so well worth it.
The key is in listening–first to God, and then to each other.