When we pray using our imagination we might worry that the content of our prayer is not of God, but of our own makings. Here are a few ways you can discern the “voice” in your prayer.
Sometimes we fall into a one-sided relationship with God. We ask for, take, obey, and do what we can so God keeps loving us. That’s not a relationship based on genuine love.
A helpful method to draw closer to God.
We need to balance the inner work required to fight racism, transforming our own hearts, in addition to outer work like advocacy.
My wife Sarah reflects on the life-giving power of the breath.
For many of us these days our energies are focused in fewer places than normal, which means those energy streams are intensified. When we’ve given of ourselves over and over […]
Listen to a new audio meditation on St. Ignatius’ famous prayer, the Suscipe (Take Lord, Receive).
Zoom fatigue, parenting fatigue, pandemic fatigue! Can we have courage to trust God in the midst of this rather than cling to false securities?
Struggling with boredom? God may be using it to unveil difficult truths.