Listening in an Age of Distraction Conference

Listening in an Age of Distraction Conference

It was a privilege to be at The Practice with Trevor Hudson talking about listening. Such a gift to share with that community, to hear stories, and to pray with folks.

Jason Feffer, pastor at The Practice has generously shared the talk on their website. There are four talks and even a link to my slides. Click here: Listening in an Age of Distraction.

You might engage the talks over the course of a weekend, or choose one talk a day to listen to on your commute.

In any case, it is our desire that you learn to listen a little more deeply to God, to others, and to your own self.

Enjoy!

A reading of Making Heart-Bread

One of the best books I know that help us to hold our grief with authenticity and hope is Matthew Linn, Sheila Fabricant-Linn, and Dennis Linn’s book Making Heart-Bread.

I know of children who have lost their homes in California’s fires. I know of children who have lost loved-ones in the recent shootings.

May you sense God near to you.

For a reading of Making Heart-Bread: Click here.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7sXT4JoNzjQ&feature=youtu.be&fbclid=IwAR1lWgfP9gSv32WXjkiv6x86zmakLJ2Li_NpAZAvlQrlPhpQAc-QRtLrzlA

Help Along the Way: let’s talk about talking

Help Along the Way: let’s talk about talking

We also long for God. Just as we are hard wired to seek connection with our caregivers, we are hard wired to see connection with God. We are not whole, we are not complete until we are connected to God and so that hard-wired longing pulses in our hearts and minds and bodies. Constantly urging us towards connection.

Speech matters because it helps children connect.