Be the change - a response to Charlottesville

Be the change - a response to Charlottesville

Last century, Dorothy Day said the greatest challenge of the day is to bring about a revolution of the heart which has to start with each one of us. How do we do this in light of recent world events? How will you begin to change the world by caring for your own soul?

It takes great courage to pause

It takes great courage to pause

The self-help industry makes millions of dollars offering formulas to our problems - really to our inner angst. Yet, most of our deepest solutions come when we merely gather our own courage to pause and listen to our lives and the God-given wisdom within. Take a listen this week to how Paula helped another person pause to take a courageous look at her own God-given wisdom within.

The fickleness of our faith

The fickleness of our faith

As we walk through Holy Week - how will you encounter the "fickleness" of your own soul - one moment feeling deep faith and the next moment feeling full of doubt? There is plenty of both in the stories of this last week of Jesus life - from the crowds who "hallow him" on Palm Sunday and cry out to crucify him a few days later. How will you walk through this week?

What do you want?

What do you want?

During this season of Lent we are considering "celebrating" our humanity - and part of that is actually becoming more aware of what we want. Sometimes this is hidden beneath our platitudes, disappointments and our restlessness. How would you answer Jesus' question?