How can we cultivate belonging in the time of COVID-19 when we are distancing ourselves from the very people and places that oftentimes give us a sense of belonging? To wrestle with this question, we must confront our cultural realities of social isolation, loneliness, and fragmented personas.
January and February have proven to be a very active season for politics, cinema, sports, and music. We kicked off the year with the Golden Globes, the Grammys, and the Oscars. Not to mention the Superbowl Half-Time show. As always, these gatherings contain very emotionally charged moments, speeches, and performances. They spark a litany ofContinue reading “Demi Lovato – “Anyone” – A Modern-Day Psalm of Lament”
“A thousand generations live in your now. But this is your fight.” Your are not alone on your spiritual journey.
We are being formed by people and things that are discipling us.
Our character and quality is being shaped as we are discipled.
Who or what is discipling you?
Many Christians will believe in Christ. Few Christians will become like Christ.
Liberation comes when pigs die.
We have an epidemic of people who are not well. I am one of those people. You are one of those people. We are surrounded by those people. But there is light for our darkness. There is a healing when we truly fix our focus on Jesus.
How do we set a sustainable pace towards living well? 1. Reset your vision, 2. Reset your mindset, and 3. Reset your values
“Being able to feel safe with other people is probably the single most important aspect of mental health; safe connections are fundamental to meaningful and satisfying lives.” Bessel van der Kolk in his book, The Body Keeps the Score: Brain, Mind, and Body in the Healing of Trauma
And how to turn those obstacles into opportunities