I miss this woman. Likely, I will continue missing her for some time to come; as in every day of my life.
“The Answers, My Friends, Are Blowing in on the Winds of the Spirit”
For months now, the Spirit seemed to be nudging me towards a revision in my priorities as a spiritual director. This week that nudging became an emerging call that I must respond to.
We are looking forward to gathering together: concerned parents and grandparents, any age-appropriate children who may wish to participate, folks who are active content creators (video, written, other…) who are interested sharing what they now produce for this community of collapse-aware families – and possibly interested in evolving their media content to be even more beautiful, engaging, informative, and supportive.
I preached this sermon last Sunday at the chapel in our community here in the hills of Southeastern Ohio. The message is personal, confessional, and focused on the impossibility of our being peacemakers unless we know the deep within of ourselves.
What is the truth my children must know? What and when do I tell them? How do I tell them?
… sometimes they will ask us questions we are unprepared for, such as, “Is the forest around our home going to catch fire?” Are we prepared to tell the truth in a helpful, not overly frightening, way?
I need all the help I can get to spread the word on some topics that are not easy for people to take seriously. Thanks for considering this opportunity.
As I was preparing this newsletter, including its emphasis on righteous anger, I encountered Jesus in the Gospel of Mark.
For me, many of the best devotional insights come from three Jewish prayer books I read regularly. This prayer for Righteous Anger is powerful. Well-read, it could awaken our compassion and action:
Questions from Readers
How do you know that God is Just Love?
Ken, how did this become heart instead of just head knowledge?