“Lift and Lighten” – that’s it, … read more.
Imagine the joy of a young child who discovers that they can use their own powers to create something that was never in the world before. Imagine that you never lost that wonder and joy in your own power to shape the world.
What do … read more.
The way I understand the process of what a chrysalis goes through before the emergence of a butterfly is a gooey mess. I feel a little “messy” during times of change, and as I think about this process I want to … read more.
Today I offer the gift of words. The following message is from Dana Samani, past member of the School of the Spirit Council, who has generously offered a story on the practice of Dana.
The Council has been wondering and talking for some time about … read more.
I recently finished up a course on Safer Congregations for religious professionals, and I came away with the idea of safety as ministry. I learned that a culture of safety within a congregation is a shift that ensures a safer congregation and community. Having policies … read more.
Welcome 2018 and all the excitement that goes along with a new year and what feels like a new adventure. There is much to warrant our attention so hold on and let’s get intentional about this vibrant community.
Firstly, I’ll say a BIG thank you … read more.
This greeting is to help update you on the goings-on … read more.
I was gifted a beautiful book of poetry and photographs and recently came across this poem entitled Unannouced Angel – by Myra Dutton & Trish Tuley, Healing Ground: A Visionary Union of Earth and Spirit
There is nothing left of me.
Grief, hidden in the darkness,
shakes one … read more.
The visual of the empty space of a pot is a beautiful metaphor for the space in interim work. It is in that space … read more.
On my way into the Fellowship early Sunday morning I had a “going-to-church-experience.” As a person who works in a congregation I don’t often get to attend a service, so I recognize and relish these moments that I call spirit-filled experiences.
It started when I turned … read more.