Tasting God: A Q&A with Ginny Kubitz Moyer

“Take a moment to run through the five senses: Where did you see God today? What have you heard that reveals God’s goodness? What did you smell that brought you joy? How, today, has touch brought you comfort? What have you tasted that has reminded you of God’s abundance? You can do this anytime and anywhere. Even on [Read More…]

Where Jesus Prayed: A Q&A with Danielle Shroyer

“I wanted people to see this book as a way of imagining the Lord’s Prayer as a pilgrimaging practice that you could do anytime, not just in the Holy Land.” — Danielle Shroyer, author, Where Jesus Prayed Author and pastor Danielle Shroyer didn’t intend to write a book about her first trip to the Holy [Read More…]

A Wider Season: Reflections on “The Season of the Nativity”

Now Featured at the Patheos Book Club The Season of the Nativity: Confessions and Practices of an Advent, Christmas, and Epiphany Extremist By Sybil MacBeth We have a delightful challenging gift in Sybil MacBeth’s new book, subtitled “Confessions and Practices of an Advent, Christmas & Epiphany Extremist.” Those of us who have enjoyed her previous [Read More…]

On Praying with Beads: A Q&A with Author Kristen Vincent

“In the early church Christians used pebbles and stones to help them “pray without ceasing.” That practice evolved into using knotted rope, and later, strings of beads, which is how the rosary came into being. That happened long before there were “Catholics” and “Protestants.” Had we lived back in the Middle Ages we would have [Read More…]

A Prayer for the New Year, For You

By Father Robert Cormier Author, Better Than We Believed The Church’s Prayer for You Based on the Books of Robert J. Cormier (www.thefaithkit.org) We, God’s people, make this prayer for you our brother (sister). We pray that from the moment you wake up, every single day, you feel the attention and love from God that [Read More…]

Seeing with the Eyes of the Heart: A Q&A with Christine Valters Paintner

In my new book, Eyes of the Heart, I explore the Christian practice of lectio divina, which means sacred reading, and is an ancient contemplative way of reading scripture, practiced by the very early monks of our tradition, as a way of framing the practice of photography as visio divina, or sacred seeing. [Read more…]

A Recipe for Joy: A Q&A with Robin Davis

The biggest change in my life – bigger even than getting married and becoming a stepmother – was letting God back in. It was like opening the shades of a darkened room and letting in the light. It changed everything. [Read more…]


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