Ronald Rolheiser’s Sacred Fire: A Challenge for Deeper Spiritual Maturity

Ronald Rolheiser's Sacred Fire

Most books about the spiritual journey focus on the first steps — on awakening to an awareness that there’s more going on than your own limited perspective and tuning in to the divine in and around you. Sacred Fire assumes the reader has already made headway in these areas and looks instead at what Ronald [Read More...]

Exploring spiritual life and motherhood with Ginny Moyer’s great new book, Random MOMents of Grace

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Being a new parent may be the greatest challenge to spiritual groundedness. In her new book, “Random MOMents of Grace,” Ginny Kubitz Moyer takes us through early motherhood from a spiritual perspective — the struggles she had to maintain a spiritual life, and the spiritual lessons she learned from parenting itself. It’s an obvious gift for mothers, and a valuable and delightful read for any thoughtful traveller, male or female, parent or not, on the spiritual journey. [Read more...]

Life with food — the moving spiritual memoir Recipe for Joy

Robin Davis-Recipe for Joy

A review of Robin Davis’ spiritual memoir, Recipe for Joy: A Stepmom’s Story of Finding Faith, Following Love, and Feeding a Family, reflections on the role of food in community and a free book giveaway! [Read more...]

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Slow of speech and tongue — reflections on being an introvert and the book Quiet

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As an introvert, I am restored and recharged by time alone, and depleted, often in an acceptable way, by time with others. I will hold back if I have nothing to contribute, while an extrovert will push forward just to be in the mix. Susan Cain’s remarkable book Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking looks at how introverts have been short-changed in the social politics of the industrial and information ages, but how their distinct qualities are needed in the society emerging in the 21st century. I look at her book and reflect on my own spiritual journey as an introvert. [Read more...]


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