Photo by Brett Jordan on Unsplash Find a Spiritual Director Read our blog Donate Sign up for this email Denise MainquistJuly 28, 2021 Last week I introduced the activity of asking for forgiveness and some of the nuances involved. Today I conclude by considering some of the struggles of this strangely difficult human activity. AContinue reading “Asking for Forgiveness (Pt. 2)”
Noticing hearts in the wild is a spiritual practice that can also teach us to notice God present in our lives.
Are you yearning for a more vibrant faith? Consider these ideas for getting “unstuck.”
Creativity opens up a part of our soul the analytical intellect can not open. We can find God’s presence while be creative and enlarge our heartfelt presence in the world.
Addiction is tough to overcome. But it can be done! Here are some practical steps to take toward recovery.
God cares for humankind and all of creation. We get to care for them, too, through the system we create.
This devotion explores ways we can be kind to one another especially when we’d rather not.
15 The eyes of all wait upon thee;and thou givest them their meat in due season.16 Thou openest thine hand, and satisfiest the desire of every living thing. –Psalm 145:15-16 (KJV) The high school choir I was part of in San Francisco would attend a choral clinic of choirs from all over Northern California. We assembled inContinue reading “What Song Is Your Soul Singing?”
October 28, 2020Alissa Gunning, Certified Spiritual Director If there is one thing I’m comfortable with, it’s death. I often “joke” that I’ve been to more funerals than baby showers. Well, if it weren’t true it would be a joke. But I don’t say this in jest or out of disrespect, it just happens to beContinue reading “Honoring Our Loved Ones: A Nod to All Saint’s Day”