Spirituality

Inactivity as Spiritual Practice

When spiritual practices become more human than divine, Ellis suggests inactivity may be the best way to experience God’s activity.

Inactivity as Spiritual Practice

The Pleasure of Epiphany

Epiphany invites us to enjoy the sacramental nature of gifts, particularly God’s self-gift in Jesus. Where we often force a choice between gifts of meaning and gifts of pleasure, Epiphany is a reminder that God chooses both.

The Pleasure of Epiphany

Worship Is Contagious

Involving young people in liturgical preparation can elevate the worship experience of everyone and demonstrate how worship is contagious.

Worship Is Contagious

Encyclopedia Christian

In an age-diverse church, older and younger Christians ask questions alongside one another, pursuing Christ together towards a transformed world.

Encyclopedia Christian

What to Do with the Violence Within

Christians often distort God's word to justify violence. How might turning toward God cultivate passions for the good of others rather than allowing violence to take over?

What to Do with the Violence Within

The Art of Spiritual Writing

The mystery and beauty of good spiritual writing is its power to minister to the reader. For this to happen, Hampton Wright says, the writer must conceive of the work as ministry.   

The Art of Spiritual Writing